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SMON WHEELER 



AND 



SARAH STEVENS 



A FAMILY HISTORY 



CHILDREN 

DESCENDANTS 



AND 



ANCESTORS 




INDEX 



SIMON WIHEELER 

Preface 

The name and family of Wheeler 

Greene Records, Maine 

History of Simon Wheeler 

Simon Wheeler Family 

Death and Tombstone of Simon wheeler 

History of Sarah Stevens Wheeler 



EBENEZER WHEELER, CHILD # 1 AND FAMILY 
WIFE Agnes Beals 

Descendant Chart of Ebenezer Wheeler 
Wheeler Information 

Obituary & History of Levi Waldo Wheeler 
Obituary of Emily J Kennedy Wheeler 
Index to names of femily 



RHODA WHEELER, CHILD # 2 AND FAMILY .. 
HUSBAND Stephens Haines 
Descendant Chart of Rhoda Wheeler Haines 
Index to names of family 



DEBORAH CUTTER WHEELER, CHILD # 3 AND FAMILY ... 
HUSBAND Jeremy Nelson 

Descendant Chart of Deborah Cutter Wheeler Nelson 
Pictures of their twin daughters, Sarah and Mehitabel 
Index to names of family 

JACOB WHEELER, CHILD U 4 AND FAMILY 

WIFE Martha Drake 

Descendant Chart of Jacob Wheeler 

Pictures of Jacob and Martha [Drake] Wheeler and Family 

History of Jacob and Martha [Drake ] Wheeler 

History of Beniah Jacob Wheeler and Obituary 

History and Letters of Frank Wheeler 

Tombstones of Edward and Addie Kyle Wheeler 

History of Martha Wheeler Jones Family Record 

History of Dianah Drake Wheeler Aldrich 

History of John Ritchart Spealman and Sarah Maria Cass 



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History of Charlotte Wheeler Hart 
History of John F. Spealman 
Index to names of femily 

LEVI WHEELER, CHILD # 5 AND FAMILY 6 

WIFE # 1 , Mary Ann Wilder Arnold 

2. Janet Sinclair 

3. Margaret Mc Alpine 

4. Phebe Roxy Perry 
Descendant Chart of Levi Wheeler 
History of Levi Wheeler 

Young and older pictures of Levi Wheeler 

Sketch of the Life of Levi Wheeler with pictures 

Family Group picture sheet of Levi Wheeler and the old home in Lewiston, Utah 

Death notice of Levi Wheeler 

Family Group picture sheet of Levi Lincoln and wives 

Death Certificate of Levi Lincoln Wheeler 

Pictures of Calvin Wheeler's Family 

Family Group picture sheet of Almira Jane Wheeler Smith 

Family Group picture sheet of George Walton Wheeler 

Family picture of MelHssa Ann Wheeler Higbee 

Family Group picture sheet of Levi Wheeler and Phebe Roxy Perry Wheeler 

History of Phebe Roxy Perry 

Index to names of family 



REBECCA WHEELER, CHILD # 1 AND FAMILY 8 

HUSBAND Ephraim Putnam 

Descendant Chart of Rebecca Wheeler Smith 

Picture of Ephraim and Rebecca [Wheeler] Putnam 

History of Rebecca's son Levi Wheeler Smith and all the femiiy 

Index to names of femUy 

JOSEPH WHEELER, CHILD # 9 AND FAMILY 10 

WIFE Elmira Lancaster 

Descendant Chart of Joseph Wheeler 

Pictures of Joseph and Elmira [Lancaster] Wheeler and their Family 

History and Picturesof Joseph Wheeler 

History and Picture of Elihu Wheeler 

Picture of Ada Wheeler Miller 

Index to names of family 



SARAH AUGUSTA WHEELER, CHILD # 10 AND FAMILY 11 

HUSBAND Henry Bacon 

Descendant Chart of Sarah Augusta Wheeler Bacon 

Index to names of family 

MARTHA JANE WHEELER, CHILD # 1 1 AND FAMILY ..12 

HUSBAND Sylvester Jay Smith 

Descendant Chart of Martha Jane Wheeler Smith 

History of Martha Jane and Sylvester Smith 

Family Group picture and individual pictures of each of the daughters 

Index to names of family 

SIMON WHEELER, CHILD # 12 AND FAMILY 13 

WIFE 1 . Lucinda Hessletine 

2. Wilheimina Nicholas Christiana Jacobsen 
Descendant Chart of Simon Wheeler 
Marriage Certificate of Simon Wheeler 
Index to names of family 



RESEARCH ON SIMON WHEELER 14 

Stories of the early times in Maine and Massachusetts 

PEDIGREE FROM LEVI LINCOLN WHEELER ..15 

Pedigree beginning with Levi Lincoln Wheeler 
History of John Alden and Priscilla Mulleins Alden 

HISTORIES OF MAYFLOWER ANCESTORS 16 



PREFACE 

Honor thy father and thy mother, 

that thy days may be long upon the land 

which the Lord thy God giveth thee. 

Exodus 20:12 

To honor our ancestors is to cherish their lives. No one could ever take their place. 
We are part of them. In us flows the collective spirit from our ancestors, participating in the 
ebb and flow of history. Some were prominent people, makers of history, but most were 
common people, who through their lives, built the foundation of the world as we know it 
today. 

The information in this book has been collected so that we might remember our 
ancestors and our heritage. As we read the stories from the histories about their families we 
are touched by the circumstances that shaped their lives. We pray that each family member, 
each descendant, will enjoy and treasure the memory of our honorable heritage. 

Our families came to America early with the Mayflower companies and settled in 
Massachusetts and the New England area. As new land opened up and the Indians moved 
farther back towards the west, they followed. 

Missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were sent out to 
teach the gospel. Levi and Mary Ann Wheeler joined the church and began the trek westward 
with the Latter-day Saints. 

Some of the brothers and sisters came into Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois with Levi 
and Mary Ann, but did not join the Mormon Church. As time went on research was being 
completed. We must pay tribute to the family that did research, they were so dedicated to 
these ancestors, 

Phebe Welch and Hattie Hatch, with others helping, gathered the descendants of Levi 
Wheeler because he had four wives, with three wives havmg children. Ada Wheeler Miller, 
living in Iowa, gathered the brothers and sisters of Levi Wheeler as they did not have such a 






numerous amount of descendants. Levi's brothers, Jacob and Joseph, had many more 
descendants than did the rest of the family. 

Many others put many hours of research into trying to find Simon Wheeler's parentage. 
Many thanks to all who have shared their information on each of the families, and many thanks 
to Karen Scott who retyped all of the material of Simon and Sarah Wheeler's family, and all of 
the histories. 

Included is a descent chart from each child of Simon and Sarah [Stevens] Wheeler, with 
all the information we had. With Levi Wheeler, we descended only three generations as he 
had three wives with numerous descendants. 

The next section is a copy of research that was gathered by Luella Williams from a 
paid researcher back in Maine. We could not include all of the correspondence or the book 
would have been too large. We read each page carefully and put in the most interesting 
material. 

At the end of this book is a Pedigree chart as far back as I "have on my computer. 
Many of the family did not want the information on a disk and they asked to have it printed 
out. I have also added a history of John Alden and Priscilla Mullens. 

New materials that have been added this last year are the following: 

1. Mary Ann Wilder Arnold's Ancestiy has been proven, documented, 
and completed. This was all taken from the vital records of 
Massachusetts. Simon Wheeler's Ancestry has been documented and 
Temple work completed. 
3. The Garnet line has been changed from the name Gardner and the 
Temple work completed. The reason for this is the following: One 
evening as I was sitting at the table doing research I felt my mother, 
Mary Ethel Wheeler standing beside me. I asked her what she wanted 
and all I could see in front of me was the Gardner sheet. Mother had 
worked on these lines when I was a young girl, so I was familiar with 
them. I began checking them out, and there seemed to be nothing wrong 
with them, but I ordered in the vital records of that area and sure enough 
the name that we came through was Garnet and not Gardner. 






Mother had completed this research from a Family History Book and 
they had grouped the names starting with "Gar" all together and they 
were all called "Gardner" 

They did not have the vital records to search in those days and I now 
understand why she completed the research and Temple work under the 
name of Gardner. 
I must ask the kind indulgence of my family, knowing that my gathering and writing 
can be subjected to criticism. But under the circumstances, being driven by necessity, with a 
mountain's weight of inability resting upon me, I wanted you to know that researching, 
smdying and learning of the severe trials and oppression that each of our ancestors have 
endured for each of us living in this day and age, for us to be able to enjoy the marvelous 
comforts we have at our fingertips daily. I have truly learned to love these special ancestors. 

If I awaken even a few of you to the trials our ancestors have endured for us, my 
heart's desire has been accomplished, my labor has not been in vain. 



Margie Egan Fames Stevens 

720 N. Wabash 

Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 



Email mfstevens@quest.net 






TEMPLE ORDINANCE WORK 

FOR 
SIMON WHEELER'S DESCENDANTS 

TO SAVE CONFUSION AND DUPLICATION IN SUBMITTING NAMES 
OF SIMON WHEELER'S DESCENDANTS FOR TEMPLE WORK, MARGIE 
STEVENS IS PREPARING ALL THE NAMES. 

IF YOU OR YOUR CHILDREN WOULD LIKE TO HELP WITH THE 
TEMPLE WORK, PLEASE CONTACT MARGIE AT 522-6499 TO MAKE 
ARRANGEMENTS TO GET THE NAMES TO DO. AFTER YOU FINISH 
DOING THE NAMES, PLEASE RETURN THE CARDS TO HER. 

IN A FEW YEARS THE DATES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT ANY FAMILY 
HISTORY CENTER ON THE CHURCH FAMILY SEARCH PROGRAM UNDER 
LDS ORDINANCES . AND YOU CAN GET THEM FROM THERE. 

THANK YOU 



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THE NAME AND FAMILY OF WHEELER 

Compiled by the Media Research Bureau 

The name of WHEELER is believed to have been derived j&om the occupation of its first 
bearers as wheelwrights, or makers of wheels. It appears in ancient English records in the 
various spellings of Weler, Wheler, Welere, Weeler, Whelere, Wheller, Wheeler, and others, of 
which the form last mentioned is that most generally found in America today. 

Families bearing this name were residents at early dates in the English counties of Salop, 
Devon, Cambridge, Kent, Somerset, Worcester, Surrey, Middlesex, Warwick, Wilts, Durham, 
Essex, Lincoln and London. They were, for the most part, of the landed gentry and yeomanry of 
the British Isles. 

Among the early records of the name in England are those of Hugh le Welere of 
Cambridgeshire in 1273; Richard and Robert le Whelere of the time of King Edward the Third, 
and William Wheler of Somersetshire about the same time. 

In the early fifteenth century Richard Wheeler or Wheller was living in Devonshire and 
was the father of Robert, who was the father of Thomas of Surrey County, who had three sons, 
Richard, Robert and John. Of these, Richard was the father of William, Robert, John, and others 
of whom the first married Johanna Bristow and was the father by her in the early sixteenth 
century of John, William, Robert, Richard, George, Alicia, and Thomas. This Thomas made his 
home in Shropshire and married Alicia Elizabeth Bamaby by whom he was the father of Alicia, 
Humfrey, Anna, and Elizabeth, as well as possibly of other children. 

John Wheeler was living in Worcestershire in the latter half of the fifteenth century and 
was the father of Gilbert, who had William, who married Joane Smythe and was the father by her 
of John and Humfrey. The younger son, Humfrey, married Joane Davis and was the father of 
George, Sir Edmund, Elizabeth, Bridgett, and John, of whom the first was the father by his wife, 
Elizabeth Hemold, of John, Wilham, and Elinor. Of these, John was the father of John of 
London in 1634, and William was the father of Charles of Cambridge in 1638. 

Other early records of the English families of Wheeler mention Humfrey Wheeler of 
County Salop, who married Mary Brase and was the father of John of London, who has issue in 
the early seventeenth century by his wife, Susan Wilford, of a son named John; and Sir George 
Wheeler of County Durham in the middle part of the seventeenth century, who was the father of 
Charles and Sir George and possibly of otlier children as well. 

One of the first of the family to emigrate to America was John Wheeler of Salisbury, 
Wiltshire, England, who made his home in Newbury, Massachusetts, about 1634. He brought 
with him his wife Ann and children, Roger, George, Ann, Elizabeth, and Mercy, and left other 
sons in England, including Adam, Edward, William, and possibly David and Henry, of whom the 
last two followed him to America at a slightly later date. 

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About 1636 one Obadiah Wheeler settled in Concord, Massachusetts, and was the father 
of John, Ruth, Samuel, Obadiah, Josiah, and Susanna. 

Thomas Wheeler resided in Boston, Massachusetts in 1636 and probably before that year. 
He was the father by his wife Rebecca of Jonathan, Joseph and Rebecca. 

David Wheeler, who came from Wiltshire to Newbury, Massachusetts in 1638 is 
generally believed to have been the son of the immigrant John of the same place. He had issue 
by his wife Mary Wise, whom he married in 1650, of Sarah, John, Abigail, Jonathan, Nathan, 
Lydia, Jethro, and Joseph. 

Moses Wheeler of Kent County, England, emigrated to America about 1638 and first 
settled at New Haven and then at Stratford, Connecticut. He married Miriam Hawley before 
1642 and was the father by her of Elizabeth, Miriam, Samuel, Moses, Mary and Joanna. 

In 1638 or before George Wheeler (possibly from Kent County, England) made his home 
at Concord, Massachusetts. He is believed to have had issue by his wife Katherine, of William, 
Thomas, Elizabeth, Ruth, Hannah, Sarah, John, and Mary. 

About 1639, Isaac Wheeler settled at Charlestown, Massachusetts. By his wife Frances, 
he was the father of Elizabeth, Sarah, Isaac and Thomas. 

Thomas Wheeler, who made his home at Milford, Connecticut, in 1639, was the father by 
his wife Joan, of John, Samuel, Nathaniel, Obadiah, Ephriam, Eleazer, Thomas, Josiah, Joseph 
(died in infancy), and Joseph. 

It is thought probably that the last-mentioned immigrant Thomas of Milford was 
accompanied to America by his younger brother William, who settled ax Stratford, Connecticut, 
and by his wife Sarah, had William, who settled at Stratford, Connecticut, and by his wife Sarah, 
had William, Thomas, and Sarah. He later removed to New Jersey, where he died in 1666. 

Another Thomas Wheeler, who is believed by some family historians to have come from 
Bedfordshire, England, was living at Fairfield, Connecticut about 1639 or shortly thereafter. By 
his wife Ann, he had issue in England of Maria, Anna, William, Thomas, John and Sarah, all of 
whom he brought with him to America. 

Some writers believe that Ephriam Wheeler, who was living at Concord in 1639 and soon 
after removed to Fairfield, Connecticut, was the brother of the immigrant Thomas of that place. 
He is believed to have been the father of Isaac (died young), Isaac, Samuel, Timothy, Ephriam, 
Mary, Ruth, Hannah,- Rebecca, Judith, and Abigail. 

Joseph Wheeler of Concord in 1640 was the father by his wife Elizabeth of Ephriam, 
Joseph, Mary, and by his second wife named Sarah, had another daughter named Rebecca. 



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Timothy Wheeler resided at Concord in 1640 or before that year and is believed to have 
emigrated from Wiltshire, England. By his first wife, Jane, he had a daughter Sarah, and by his 
second wife, Mary Brooks, he had further issue of Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca and Timothy. 

Still another Thomas Wheeler settled at Concord about 1641 . Some historians state that 
he was the son of Thomas of Fairfield but this seems highly improbable. By his wife, Ruth 
Wood, he has issue of a daughter named Alice and perhaps by a second wife Sarah, was the 
father of Sarah, Joseph, Ann, John, Mary, Thomas, Nathaniel, Ephriam, and Deliverance. 

Thomas Wheeler of Stonington, Connecticut, before 1646 was the father by his wife 
Mary of Isaac, Sarah, and Elizabeth. He also is believed to have been accompanied by his 
brother John, who settled at New London, Connecticut, and had issue by his wife Elizabeth, of 
Zacheus, Joshua, William, and several daughters. 

Richard Wheeler of Medford, Massachusetts, in 1649 was married about 1658 to Sarah 
Prescott, by whom he had issue of Jacob, Deborah and Sarah. 

Among those of the name who emigrated in the latter half of the IT^ century and are 
known to have left families were Joshua of Concord abut 1656, who was the father by his wife 
Elizabeth of Joshua, Elizabeth, and Timothy; Henry of Salisbury, who may have been the son of 
the first mentioned immigrant John and who was the father by his wife, Abigail Allen, of Henry, 
Abigail, William, Moses, Ann, James, Josiah, Ruth, Nathaniel, Jeremiah, Benjamin, and Mary; 
WilUam of Boston, who was married in 1686 to Ann Phippen, by whom he had Aim, Hannah, 
William, and Jeremiah; and Ephriam of Newton, Massachusetts, before 1687, who was the father 
of Sarah, Mary, Josiah, Elizabeth, and Samuel. 

Others of the name who emigrated to America at early dates but left few records of 
themselves and their families were Thomas of Lynn, Massachusetts in 1635; William and 
Richard of Virginia in 1636; Thomas of Virginia in 1637; Edward and Francis of Virginia in 
1642; Thomas of New Haven, Connecticut, in 1644; Francis of Charlestown, Massachusetts, in 
1645; Roger of Boston, Massachusetts, in 1659; and William of Concord in 1659. 

The descendants of these and possibly other lines of the family in America have scattered 
throughout the country and have played a worthy role in the furtherance of American civilization. 
An active, ambitious and enterprising race, possessed of courage, initiative, and perseverance, the 
Wheelers have been prominent in the military, political, and civil life of the nation. 

Among those of the name who served as officers in the War of the Revolution were 
Ensign Nathaniel, of Massachusetts; Ensign William, of Maryland; Lieutenants Ephriam, 
Francis, John, Nathan, and Warham, of Massachusetts; Lieutenant Seth, of New Hampshire; 
Surgeon Lemuel, of Connecticut; Surgeon William, of New York; and Captain Adam, of 
Massachusetts. 



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William, Richard, Robert, John, George, Obadiah, Joseph, Samuel, Moses, Thomas, 
Isaac, Timothy, and Francis are some of the Christian names favored by the family for its male 
progeny. 

A few of the members of the family who have attained distinction in America in more 
recent times are: — 

Andrew Carpenter Wheeler (1835-1903), of New York, journalist and author 

Joseph Wheeler (1836-1906), of Georgia, military officer and statesman 

Benjamin Ide Wheeler (1854-1927), of Massachusetts, college president 

James Rignall Wheeler (1859-1918), of Vermont, Archaeologist 

Claude L. Wheeler ( 1 864- 1 9 1 6), of Canada and New York, Physician 

Henry Lord Wheeler (1867-1914), of Illinois, Chemist 

Wayne Bidwell Wheeler (1969-1927), of Ohio, temperance worker 

Burton Kendall Wheeler (b. 1 882), of Massachusetts and Montana, Lawyer and senator 

Charles Barker Wheeler (b. 1 85 1), of New York, jurist 

Daniel Edwin Wheeler (b. 1 880), of New York, editor and writer 

Howard Duryee Wheeler (b. 1 880), of New Jersey and New York, editor and writer 

Post Wheeler (b. 1869), of New York, diplomat 

Walter Hall Wheeler (b. 1883), of New York and Minnesota, Consulting engineer 

William Archie Wheeler (b. 1876), of Minnesota and Maryland, Marketing specialist 

William Morton Wheeler (b. 1865), of Wisconsin and Massachusetts, zoologist 

One of the most ancient and best known of the coats of arms of the Wheelers of England 
is described in heraldic terms, as follows (Burke, General Armory . 1884): 

Anns-"On, a chevron between three leopards, faces sable. 

Crest -"On a ducal coronet or, an eagle displayed gules." 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Bardsley - English and Welsh Surnames. 1901 

Harleian Society. Shropshire Visitation. 1889 

Harleian Society. Visitation of Worcestershire. 1888 

Harleian Society. London Visitation. 1883 

Harleian Society. Le Neve's Pedigrees of the Knights. 1873 

Savage. Genealogical Dictionary of New England. 1862 

Thompson. Thompson Lineage and Connected Families. 191 1 

H. M. Wheeler. Wheeler and Thaxter Genealogy. 1898 

J. andD. Wheeler. Wheeler Ancestors. 1896 

Todd. The Todds and the Wheelers. 1909 



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WHEELER 



GREENE RECORDS (film) 



Jacob Stevens died Nov. 


11, 


1844 


Martha wife 






Sarah 


bom 


April 26, 1786 


Rachel 






Apr 3, 1788 


Rebecca 






Aug 14, 1790 


Polly 






Apr 30, 1792 


Martha & Esther 






Oct 20, 1795 


Jacob 






Dec 1, 1797 


Lucy 






Oct 22, 1802 


John 






Aug 11, 1804 


Jerusha 






Aug 13, 1806 


LotaB son 






Dec 22, 1812 



(in pencil m. Simon Wheeler) 



d. Dec 1,1844 



Married. 



page 2 

Simon Wheeler and Miss Sarah Stevens March 15, 1804 
Benjamin Merrill Justice of Peace 



History of Greene p. 260 

Of Jacob Stevens daughters Sarah married Simon Wheeler of Leeds. 

Leeds Records (film) 

Children of Simon and Sarah Wheeler Record of 
Joseph Wheeler bom April U, 1819 

Sarah bom May 12, 1821 

Vital Statistics 

Ebenezer Wheeler of Leeds age 27 bom in Greene. Father: Simon Wheeler (no birthplace) 
Mother: Sarah Stevens and Miss Agnes Beals of Scarboro age 34 bom in Scarboro. Fatlier: 
Isaiah Beals bom Pembroke, Mass. Mother: Agnes Skillings bom Falmouth. 
Intention April 22, 1831. 

Sarah Wheeler bom Leeds May 12, 1821 7* child of Simon and Sarah Stevens. 

(on back of this card signed by Albert S. Bryant town clerk) 
Children bom in Greene 

1. Ebenezer bom July 13, 1804 

2. Rhoda bom June 26, 1806 



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3. Deborah 

4. Jacob 

5. Levi 



born Sep 27, 1808 
bom Sep 26, 1810 
bom Julys, 1812 



Ebenezer ^^Tieeler of Leeds age 61 , bom in Greene, 2"'' marriage, widower Father: Simon 
Wheeler. Mother: Sarah Stevens and Miss Marcia Pullen of Monmouth married Oct. 26, 1865, 
Leeds. 

Ebenezer ^^^eeler died in Leeds Sep 24, 1890, husband of Agnes Beals Bom July 13, 1804. 
Father: Simon Wheeler (no birth place) Mother; Sarah Stevens. 

Charleston Vital Records Taken 12 August page 5 



Simon Wheeler 


age 


68 


Sarah Wheeler 


age 


65 


Simon Wheeler, Jr. 


age 


23 


William Goff 


age 


45 


Mary A. Goff 


age 


43 


Mary W. Goff 


age 


16 


Ellen E. Goff 


age 


15 


Sarah R. Goff 


age 


12 


Melisa J. Goff 


age 


9 


Alonzo C. Goff 


age 


7 


Wiliam Goff 


age 


5 


Christiana Goff 


age 


3 



Farmer 



bom 



Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 
Maine 



Massachusetts Voluntary Militia War of 1 8 1 2 

Raised at Bowdoin - Wheeler, Simon, John and William 
Raised at Greene and Vicinity - Simeon Wheeler 
Raised at Dresden - Simeon Wheeler 



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Modified Register for Simon WHEELER 

First Generation 

1 . Simon WHEELER was bom 1 78 1 in Greene, Lincoln, Maine. He died 2 Apr 1 853 in Charleston, 
Penobscot, Maine and was buried Apr 1853 in East Corinth, Penobscot, Maine. He was sealed to his 
parents on 1 5 Jan 1985 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Simon was baptized 27 Jul 1936. He was 
endowed 26 May 1938. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURUL: GRAVESTONE RECORD EAST CORINTHIAN CEMETERY EAST 
CORINTH MAINE 

VITAL RECORDS OF LEEDS AND GREENE COUNTY MAINE 

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF MAINE 

Simon married Sarah STEVENS, daughter of Jacob STEVENS and Martha PETTINGELL, on 15 
Mar 1804 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. They were sealed 28 Oct 1 938. Sarah was bom 26 Apr 
1786 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She died Nov 1863 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried 
Nov 1 863 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents on 1 3 Apr 1 953 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. Sarah was baptized 15 Jun 1936. She was endowed 9 May 1937. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: HARDING CEMETERY PAW PAW LEE ILLINOIS 

VITAL RECORDS OF GREENE AND LEEDS MAINE 

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF MAINE 

Simon and Sarah had the following children: 

2 M i. Ebenezer WHEELER was bom 1 3 Jul 1 804 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. He 
died 24 Sep 1 890 in North Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried Sep 1 890 in 
North Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He was sealed to his parents on 27 May 1 954 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Ebenezer was baptized 8 Jul 1 939. He was endowed 29 

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Nov 1939. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

SEALED TO WIFE #2: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

VITAL STATISTICS OF LEEDS, AUGUSTA AND WINTHROP 
MAINE 

VITAL STATISTICS OF ESSEX JUNCTION VERMONT 

US PENSION BUREAU 

HISTORY COMPILED BY ADA MILLER DES MOINES IOWA 

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF MAINE 

Ebenezer married (1) Agnes BEALS, daughter of John BEALS and Abigail, on 14 
May 1 831 in Westbrook, , Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. Agnes was bom 1797 in Scarborough, , Maine. She died 15 Jul 1864 
in North Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried Jul 1 864 in North Leeds, 
Androscoggin, Maine. She was sealed to her parents on 25 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. Agnes was baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 9 Nov 1939 in 
the Logan Utah temple. 

Ebenezer also married (2) Marcia Ann PULLEN, daughter of Jonathon PULLEN 
and Lucy BARROWS, on 26 Oct 1865 in Winthrop, , Maine. They were sealed 15 
May 1990 in the Salt Lake temple. Marcia was bom 16 Sep 1821 in Winthrop, , 
Maine. She died 1 892 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried 1 892 in East 
Winthrop, , Maine. Marcia was baptized 6 Apr 1963. She was endowed 12 Apr 1963 
in the Laie Hawaii temple. 

3 F ii. Rhoda WHEELER was bom 26 Jun 1 806 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She 
died 1 9 Nov 1 869 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine and was buried Nov 1 869 in Dexter, 
Penobscot, Maine. She was sealed to her parents on 27 May 1 954 in the Idaho Fails 
Idaho temple. Rhoda was baptized 1 Jul 1 939. She was endowed 1 7 Nov 1 939. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: BY JUSTICE OF PEACE DAVID HAINES 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: CAUSE PARALYTIC SHOCK 



1 2 Jul 200 1 Descendants of Simon WHEELER 



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SIMON WHEELER FAMILY 

Simon Wheeler was born in Maine, about 1781, but so far we have not found his birth 
place or the names of his parents. On the Census Report for 1 850, Simon gave his birth place as 
MAINE. 

Levi Wheeler, son of Simon and Sarah Wheeler, told his family that his people were early 
New England settlers, and had lived in Maine a long time. Simon was in the lumber business, 
and as a boy, Levi helped cut down the trees and also helped take the logs down the Kennebec 
and later on the Penobscot Rivers. 

After the Revolutionary War, financial conditions were terrible. The Country was full of 
worthless paper money, which had been issued by each of the original colonies. The 
Revolutionary soldiers were paid with this money. At that time Maine was a part of 
Massachusetts. Massachusetts was willing to give land in Maine and take this paper money from 
her soldiers in payment. From this offer there arose a great migration to Maine. The district 
flourished until the War of 1812, when a stagnation occurred in all business. Many left and went 
to the new lands of the west. 

The land in Maine was covered with timber. In the winter time the men worked cutting 
down trees for the lumbering companies, and also to clear their land for farming. Then they 
helped bring the logs down stream in the spring from the timber country. The men were then 
paid off for their winter's work and returned to their farms for the summer. Wild game was 
plentiful, so there was lots of hunting and trapping. 

We first find Simon Wheeler living at Greene, Maine, in 1803. In 1804, he married Sarah 
Stevens, daughter of Jacob and Martha (Pettingell) Stevens, and settled in Greene. 

Jacob Stevens was the son of John Stevens, of Charlton, Massachusetts. His birth was 
not recorded at Charlton. However, a lengthy search of deeds shows that John was the father of 
the family at Charlton. His mother was Rachel Needham. John was raised in the home of 
Thomas Needham in Danvers, Massachusetts; he married second, Rebecca Marble, of Sutton, 
Massachusetts on 12 November 1865. John died on 29 March 1804, aged 84 years. He was 
buried at Charleston beside his son, Peter. There are no markers for either of the wdves. 

Jacob Stevens and his brother, Thomas, and their sister, Mary, and her husband, Captain 
John Daggett, came to Greene, Maine from Charlton, Massachusetts, when Jacob was 1 8 years 
old. Jacob lived with his sister, Mary Daggett and her family for some time. Later he married 
Martha Pettingell, daughter of Mark and Sarah (Clough) Pettingell. Mark Pettingell was 
drowned in the Androscoggin River, but the date is unknown now. 

Jacob and Martha (Pettingell) Stevens had 1 1 children as follows: Sarah, Rachel, 
Rebecca, Polly, Martha, Jacob Jr., Esther, Lora, Jerusha, Lucy and Jolin Stevens. 

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Simon Wheeler told his children that he and three brothers left their home to make their 
ovvn way. They became separated and lost touch with each other and also with the folks at home. 

Simon went to Greene, Maine where he was appointed on a committee to reorganize the 
school districts in the town in 1803. In 1804 he was married there and lived there until about 
1818, when he sold his land and moved to Leeds, Maine. In 1827 he moved again, going east to 
Lincoln, where he is on the tax list for 1828, with six children of school age. 

In 1 830, Deborah Wheeler married Jeremy Nelson and settled in Lincoln, where they 
raised their family. 

Ebenezer, the oldest boy, went back to Leeds where he married Agnes Beals of 
Scarborough, Maine. He remained in Leeds and died there in 1890. Some of his descendants are 
still living around there. 

Simon was living at Greene during the War of 1812-14. He w^as drafted at Greene, 
Maine, on or about the 1 st day of September 1814, for the term of INDEFINITE or 40 days, and 
continued in actual service in said war for the term of fourteen days and was honorably 
discharged at Wiscassett, Maine, on or about the 1st day of October 1814, as will appear on the 
muster roll of this company. He was a private in the Company commanded by Captain Andrew 
Daggett in the Regiment of Infantry commanded by Colonel Walter M. Blaisdell in the war with 
Great Britain declared by the United States on the 18th day of June 1812, in camp at Gardiner, 
Maine. 

Two of Ebenezer's boys were in the Civil War, Levi W. Wlieeler was a Private in Co. G, 
1st Regiment of Cavalry, from Maine. William W. Wheeler was a Private in Co. E, 16th 
Regiment of Infantry from Maine. 

In 1 834, Jacob married Martha Drake at Bucksfield, Maine. Later they moved to 
Molunkus and the eastern part of the state. 

Levi must have gone back to Leeds with Ebenezer and Jacob, as he went south into 
Massachusetts. In 1 838 he married Mary Ann Wilder Arnold at Abington, Massachusetts. In 
1840 Levi moved back to Augusta, Maine where the next three of his children were bom. Other 
relatives were living at Augusta at this time. 

Simon and his family moved from Lincoln to Molunkus. Simon and Sarah ran the Hotel 
at Molunkus while they were there. In 1835, Rhoda Wheeler married Stephen Haines at Chester, 
Maine. They settled at Dexter, Maine where diey raised their family of nine children. 

In 1 842 Martha married Sylvester Jay Smith at Lincoln, Maine. Later they moved to 
Ohio and settled in Solon, Ohio, near Cleveland. Later they moved to Michigan. They are both 



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buried at Fairgrove, Michigan. Their first three children were bom in Maine and the next two in 
Ohio. 

In 1843, Rebecca married Ephriam Putman Smith, a brother of Sylvester Jay Smith. 
They lived in Maine until about 1 849, when they moved to Ohio, They settled in Fulton County 
where they lived many years. Both died at Swanton, Fulton County, Ohio. 

On 4 May 1 844, Joseph married Elmira Lancaster at Lee, Maine. Elmira was the 
daughter of Elihu and Sally Tuck Lancaster. Joseph Wheeler cleared timber land and built a 
house near Molunkus, where all of his children were bom except the youngest, who was bom in 
Illinois. In 1851, Molunkus was divided and the part where Joseph lived was then called 
Macwahoc. The least settled area was left as Molunkus Plantation. 

In 1 844, Simon and family left Molunkus and moved to Charleston, Maine. That fall 
Sarah Augusta Wheeler married Henry Bacon of Charleston, and raised her family in Charleston. 

In 1845, Levi and Jacob and their families moved west to Nauvoo, Illinois, and shortly 
afterwards to Paw Paw, Illinois. In 1849 gold was discovered in California. Levi and Jacob left 
their families at Paw Paw and mshed west with the others. In 1 85 1 , Jacob returned to Illinois 
and bought land at Paw Paw, Illinois. 

In 1853, Simon died at Charleston, and was buried at East Corinth, Maine in the East 
Corinthian Cemetery. Levi and Jacob returned to Maine to visit, and persuaded their Mother to 
come with them to Paw Paw, Illinois. 

After his father died, Simon Jr., married Lucinda Heseltine of Buxton, Maine. They 
moved to Illinois also, and later moved to Utah near Levi. Levi's wife died while they were at 
Paw Paw. He married again after he went to Utah. 

Jacob's oldest son, Beniah, was bom in Maine in 1836, and came to Illinois with the 
family. In 1 849, Beniah went to California for gold and stayed four years, then returned to Paw 
Paw, becoming one of Paw Paw's prominent citizens. 

In 1863, Joseph Wheeler and family moved to Illinois. Clarence Wheeler said his father 
often told of their trip to Illinois. They loaded all of their goods on a wagon, drawn by a team of 
oxen and hauled them to Bangor, Maine where they took the train on west. They sold the oxen at 
Bangor. 

Joseph Franklin Wheeler, son of Joseph, enlisted in the Army at Dixon, Illinois as a 
member of Company G, 15th Illinois Infantry, with which he served seven and a half months. 
He was with Sherman on his march to the Sea. After his discharge from the Army, he went back 
to Maine and stayed six years. He returned to Illinois where he married Elizabeth Gates, 
daughter of Able and Catherine (McFadden) Gates, at Dixon, Illinois. 



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William Henry, Augustus, and Elmira and her husband, Llewellyn Blake, all went back to 
Maine. William Henry settled at Enfield and later Passadumkeag, Maine. Augustus settled at 
Lincoln, Maine, and Elmira and her husband, Llewellyn Blake, lived at Lee, Maine until after 
their children were bom, then moved to California. 

In 1863, Sarah Stevens Wheeler died at Paw Paw, Illinois and was buried in the Harding 
Cemetery, at Paw Paw, Illinois. 

In 1 877, Joseph Wheeler and his family and wife moved to Iowa, where they bought land 
in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa. Frank and Elihu each bought a farm adjoining their 
father's farm. Levi and some other men went to Colorado in that gold rush and later to the Black 
Hills, but none of them had much luck in finding gold. Adalbert took up land in Northeastern 
Nebraska and Simon, bought land near Sioux City. Then Levi went to South Dakota and took up 
government land which was just being opened up for settlement in 1883. 

In 1885 he married Laura Elizabeth Horton at Blunt, South Dakota Territory at that time. 

Numerous descendants of Joseph and Elmira Wheeler still live in Boone County, low^a. 

This sketch on the Simon Wheeler Family was written by Ada Wheeler Miller of Des Moines, 
Iowa, who has spent a great deal of time on research and writing letters to relatives to obtain 
information on them. 

FACTS ABOUT SIMON WHEELER 

Simon Wheeler appointed on school committee to redistrict the schools at Greene, Maine, 
in 1803 (See History of Greene, Maine, by W. L. Mower, page 23) 

Simon Wheeler and Sarah Stevens married on 15 March 1804. Intentions were filed on 5 
February 1804. Marriage intentions of Simon Wheeler and Sarah Stevens, both of Greene, 5 
February 1804. Marriage was solemnized between Mr. Simon Wheeler and wife Sarah Stevens, 
both of Greene, 15 March 1804 by Benjamin Merrill, Justice of Peace. 

The above items were copied from the Town Records of Greene, at town clerk's office. 

Signed Carmelita Appleby 

Simon and Sarah Wheeler lived in Greene 1804-1818 or 1819; 
Simon and Sarah Wheeler lived in Leeds, Maine 1819-1827 

Simon, the first child, was bom in Leeds, September 1827 

Simon and Sarah Wheeler were living in Lincoln, Maine in 1828 as given in History of Lincoln. 
They were on the school tax list 1828. Were there 4 or 5 years. 



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Simon and Sarah Wheeler were living in Molunkus in 1835-1843. 

1. Their daughter, Rhoda of Molunkus was married in 1835 to Stephen Haines. 

2. Their daughter, Martha, had a daughter bom at Simon's home in Molunkus, Maine on 

13 August 1843. 

3. Simon and Sarah ran the Molunkus House for several years. 

Charleston, Maine - Their daughter, Sarah Augusta Wheeler and Henry Bacon were married at 
Charleston, Maine on 6 October 1 844. 

Charleston, Maine - Simon Wheeler died at Charleston, Maine on 2 April 1853. He was buried 
in the East Corinthian Cemetery at East Corinth, Maine. (The dividing line between Charleston 
and Corinth ran through the Simon Wheeler farm. In April the snow in Maine is about four feet 
deep in that part of the State, with roads closed or nearly closed. The snow quotation was taken 
from a letter from the caretaker at the cemetery at Charleston. 



SIMON WHEELER FAMILY 



In 1863, Sarah Stevens Wheeler died at Paw Paw, Illinois and was buried in the Harding 
Cemetery at Paw Paw, Illinois. 

In 1877, Joseph Wheeler and his wife and family moved to Iowa, where they bought land 
in Harrison Township, Boone County, Iowa. Frank and Elihu each bought a farm adjoining their 
father's farm. Levi and some other men went to Colorado in that gold rush and later to the Black 
Hills, but none of them had much luck in finding gold. Adalbert took up land in Northeastern 
Nebraska and Simon, bought land near Sioux City. Then Levi went to South Dakota and took up 
government land which was just being opened up for settlement in 1 883. 

In 1885 he married Laura Elizabeth Horton at Blunt, South Dakota Territory at that time. 

Numerous descendants of Joseph and Elmira Wheeler still live in Boone County, Iowa. 

This sketch on the Simon Wheeler Family was written by Ada Wheeler Miller of Des Moines, 
Iowa, who has spent a great deal of time on research and writing letters to relatives to obtain 
information on them. 



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THE HISTORY OF THE WHEELER LUMBER MH^LS IN SALT LAKE, 
ODGEN, NORTHERN UTAH AND SOUTHERN IDAHO. 




SIMON, was an early 

settler in new England. 

He worked with his father-in-law, 

Jacob Stevens, in 

the lumber business. 






Md. 1804 




Simon Wheeler (1731-1853) 
Died, 2 Apr. 1853 
Buried, East Corinthian,Maine 
Father: Simon Wheeler (1743- 1 790) 
Mother: Hannah Reed ' 



Sarah Stevens (1786-1863) 
Buried, Harding Cemetery 
Paw Paw, Illinois 
Father: Jacob Stevens 
Mother: Martha Pettingell 











LEVI, son of Simon Wheeler, 

helped his father in the 
Lumber business, cutting trees 

and taking them down to 
the river.then to the SAWMILL. 




Levi Wheeler (1812-1886) Mary Ann Arnold (1822-1850) 

Married (1838) 
Levi at sixteen, went bar-footed, he grew to 6" tall and weight 200 lbs. Levi and his 
wife had five children. She died leaving him with five young children. Leaving the children 
with relatives, he went to California to the Gold Fields. His work was very successful, he had 
more then enough to pay for the keep for his children, and buy the lasted and must up to date 
SAWMILL of that time. It was run by steam, burning scrap wood and timber for fuel. 

The Sawmill was in two parts, , 

( 1 ) the STEAM ENGINE and BOILER. 

(2) the SAW and CARRL\GE. ' 

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The steam engine ran the saw by a belt fastened to a pulley on one side of the boiler,' 
whjch was driven by a large fly wheel on the other side of the boiler. The CARRIAGE was io< 
hold the logs as they were cut. The SAW was in the middle of the carriage and the logs were^ 
squared and then cut into lumber. 

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SARAH STEVENS WHEELER 



BIRTH: 26 Apr 1786 at Greene, Androscoggin, Maine 

DEATH: Nov 1863 at Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois, buried at Harding Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, 

Illinois 
PARENTS: Jacob Stevens and Martha Pettingell 
PIONEER: 1 846 Wagon Train 
SPOUSE: Simon Wheeler 

MARRIED: 15 Mar 1804 at Greene, Androscoggin, Maine 
SPOUSE DEATH: 2 Apr 1853 at Charleston, Penobscot, Maine 
CHILDREN: 

Ebenezer-13 Jull804 

Rhoda-26Junl806 

Deborah Cutter - 27 Sep 1808 

Jacob -26 Sep 1810 

Levi -5 Jul 1812 

Omar- 1814 

Rebecca- 1816 

Mahalia-1818 

Joseph- 12 Apr 1819 

Sarah Augusta - 12 May 1 821 

Martha Jane - 12 Nov 1824 

Simon -27 Sep 1827 

Sarah was the first bom of eleven children. She learned responsibility early, and grew 
accustomed to caring for others. 

Her religious training began very early when Jacob and Martha moved to Greene and 
became very strong Free Will Baptists. Their names appear on the charter list. It appears that 
some of the children joined but Sarah wasn't listed at any time. 

Sarah and Simon were married by a Justice of the Peace in Turner, Maine. 

After the Blackhawk War, Simon died, and Sarah accompanied Levi and Mary Ann and 
their four children from New England to the Far West in the white-covered wagon and tent as the 
Northern and Southern people looking for fertile land. The wagon train (about sixty people of 
fourteen families) from the Maine area, were migrating westward and traveled for 102 days in 
the summer of 1 846. They were living in Paw Paw when Mary Ann died. Sarah helped with the 
chores and children but died shortly after. 

Sarah taught her children honesty, integrity and fairness in all dealings. Brigham Young 
asked Levi to mediate and settle disagreements and disputes. Raising her large family presented 
many problems which she overcame. 

Sarah shared the responsibility of "logging" with Simon with a deep love for liberty, 
country and a strong rugged type of life as they fulfilled their purpose to the end. To this end we 
owe a deep debt of gratitude for our heritage. Thank you. 



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Figure 1 



Sarah Stevens Wheeler 



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SIMON WHEELER'S BURIAL PLACE 

Simeon Wheeler 
Died 
' April 2, 1853 
Age 72 years 

My children dear as you pass by 
As you are now so once wasJL 
As I am now so you must be 
Prepare to die and follow me. 



East Corinth, Maine 
June 11, 1957 



Dear Mrs. Miller: (Ada Wheeler Miller) 



Simeon Wheeler is buried in the Stephen Dexter lot in the Corinthian Cemetery (East 
Corinthian Cemetery) in this town. The white stone in the picture is the Dexter' s. The 
inscription on the dark one (stone) is Simeon Wheeler's. Died April 2, 1853, age 72. Epitaph 
reads: '~~ *~- - 



Walter Elliott 
Notary Public 




Figure 1 Simon Wheelers Headstone in Maine 

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BUiaAL: ELMWOOD CEMETERY DEXTER PENOBSCOT MAINE 

VITAL STATISTICS OF DEXTER MAINE 

HISTORY OF CHESTER MAINE 

US CENSUS 1850 -1860 

HISTORY BY ADA WHEELER MILLER DES MOINES IOWA 

ELMWOOD CEMETERY - MOUNT PLEASANT CEMETERY 
DEXTER MAINE 

Rhoda married Stephen P HAINES, son of Walter HAINES and Betsy, on 5 Jul 
1835 in Chester, , Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. Stephen was bom 1 1 Oct 1 810 in of Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. He died in 
Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. He was sealed to his parents on 27 Sep 1983 in the Provo 
Utah temple. Stephen was baptized 12 May 1934. He was endowed 3 Oct 1934 in 
the Mesa Arizona temple. 

4 F iii. Deborah Cutter WHEELER was bom 27 Sep 1 808 in Greene, Androscoggin, 

Maine. She died 9 Feb 1873 in Lincoln, Center, Maine and was buried Feb 1 873. She 
was sealed to her parents on 19 Nov 1938 in the Logan Utah temple. Deborah was 
baptized 15 Jun 1936. She was endowed 30 Oct 1936. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

VITAL STATISTICS OF LINCOLN MAINE 

HISTORY OF LC^COLN MAINE 

HISTORY BY ADA MILLER DES MOINES IOWA 

Deborah married Jeremy NELSON, son of Moses NELSON and Mehitable 
PINGREE, on 28 Mar 1830 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. They were sealed 25 Jan 
1956 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Jeremy was bom 16 Mar 1801 in Rowley, , 
Massachusetts. He died 9 Aug 1881 in Lincohi, Center, Maine and was buried Aug 
1881 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Jeremy was baptized 30 Jun 1934. He was endowed 
6 Mar 1 936 in the Salt Lake temple. 

5 M iv. Jacob WHEELER was bom 26 Sep 1 8 10 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine He died 

5 Oct 1 870 in SHERMAN, GRAYSON, Texas and was buried Oct 1 870 in , 
GRAYSON, Texas. He was sealed to his parents on 27 May 1954 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. Jacob was baptized 8 Jul 1939. He was endowed 2 Jul 1940. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 



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MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: WATKINS CEMETERY GRAYSON TEXAS - WATKINS 
CEMETERY IS NEAR PRESTON 

BEND TEXAS THAT IS WHERE THEY MADE LAKE 
TEXOMA. MANY OF GRAVES WERE 

MOVED BUT SOME COULD NOT BE BECAUSE OF THE 
TREES 

VITAL STATISTICS OF GREENE MAINE 

VITAL STATISTICS OF BURL\L RECORDS OF TEXAS 

RECORDS OF ADDIE KYLE GUFFIN FAMILY 

MARTHA JONES FAMILY RECORD 

HISTORY COMPLIED BY ADA WHEELER DES MOINES IOWA 

Jacob married Martha DRAKE, daughter of John DRAKE and Martha PACKARD, 
on 1 1 Jan 1834 in Buckfield, Oxford, Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1986 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Martha was bom 15 Nov 1814 in Buckfield, Oxford, 
Maine. She died 1 1 Jun 1 897 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buri^ Jun 1 897 in 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Martha was baptized 17 Oct 1942. She was endowed 17 Nov 
1942 in the Logan Utah temple. 

6 M V. Levi WHEELER was bom 5 Jul 1 81 2 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 3 1 
Jan 1886 in PROVO, Utah, Utah and was buried Feb 1886 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. 
He was sealed to his parents on 27 May 1954. Levi was baptized 15 Mar 1845. He 
was endowed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSINGS GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK 1 PAGE 40 

DEATH: UTAH STATE HOSPITAL - LETTER OF DEATH 

BURIAL: LEWISTON CEMETERY LEWISTON CACHE UTAH 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 24 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D 
PAGE 24 

SEALED TO WIFE: SEALING RECORD GS #183395 #3724 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Source LDS 979.288/nU K2b page 79 Blessing 7 Jan 1 875 in North 
Ogden Ward 

History film number 874072 item 4. 

Source 978, D32w, Mormons and their neighbors page 1350. 

Levi married (1) Mary Ann WILDER ARNOLD, daughter of Jonathon ARNOLD 
and Mary Wilder DAMON, on 15 May 1838 in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts. 
They were sealed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. Mary was bom 30 Jun 



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1822 in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts. She died 1 1 Mar 1850 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois and was buried Mar 1 850 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her 

parents on 26 May 1 949 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was baptized 29 Jan 1 895. 

She was endowed 29 Nov 1899 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: SEALING RECORD GS #183395 PAGE 394 #3724 

MARRIAGE: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK I PAGE 40 

DEATH: SEALING RECORD GS 183395 PAGE 394 #3724 

BURUL: HARDING CEMETERY PAW PAW, LEE CO. ILLINOIS 

BAPTISM: TIB LOGAN GS #1267022 BOOK I PAGE 440 #15498 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN GS #1267022 BOOK I PAGE 440 
#15498 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi also married (2) Janett SINCLAIR, daughter of Daniel SINCLAIR and Ann 
CAMPBELL. They were sealed 1 7 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. Janett was 
bom 5 Feb 1813 in Kerys, Perth, Scotland. She died 1863 in , Weber, Utah and was 
buried 1863 in , Weber, Utah. She was sealed to her parents on 1 Mar 1995 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Janett was baptized 8 Dec 1 843. She was endowed 1 7 Aug 
1861. 

BIRTH: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 23 

MARRL\GE: 

DEATH: 

BURLAL: 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 23 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D 
PAGE 23 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

MARRIAGE #2: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK I PAGE 40 

GIVEN NAME ALSO SPELLED "JEANETTE" 

Levi also married (3) Margaret MC ALPINE on 17 Aug 1861 in Salt Lake, Sah 
Lake, Utah. They were sealed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. Margaret was 
bom 1 9 Dec 1 794 in GLASGOW, LANARK, Scotland. She died 5 Mar 1 872 in 
OGDEN, Weber, Utah and was buried Mar 1872 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. Margaret 
was baptized 17 Aug 1849. She was endowed 1 3 Jun 1856. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS 392672 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: OGDEN CITY CEMETERY SEXTONS RECORD 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK B PAGE 95 



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ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK B 
PAGE 95 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi also married (4) Phebe ROXY PERRY, daughter of Josiah Henry PERRY and 
Lucinda Eliza COLE, on 23 Dec 1865 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were 
sealed 23 Dec 1 865 in the Endowment House.. Phebe was bom 1 3 Mar 1 848 m Mt 
Pisgah, Union, Iowa. She died 12 Jan 1911 and was buried 16 Jan 191 1 in Lewiston, 
Cache, Utah. Phebe was baptized Jul 1856. She was endowed 23 Dec 1 865 in the 
Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: PATRL\RCHAL BLESSING GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: IGI 1978 EDITION EH 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: LEWISTON UTAH CEMETERY SEXTONS RECORD 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 RE- 
BAPTISM 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

7 vi. Omar WHEELER was bom 1 814 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. His/Her sealing 

to parents was submitted. His/Her baptism was submitted. His/Her endowment was 
submitted. 

8 F vii. Rebecca WHEELER was bom 1 816 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 7 

Jan 1886 in S wanton, Fulton, Ohio and was buried Jan 1886 in Swan Creek, Fulton, 
Ohio. She was sealed to her parents on 27 May 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 
Rebecca was baptized 1 Nov 1952. She was endowed 13 Jan 1953. 

BIETH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRL\GE: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATFI: 

BURIAL: SWAN CREEK TOWNSHIP 

PROBATE RECORD OF DEATHS 

SYLVESTER SMITH FAMILY HISTORY 

HISTORY COMPLIED BY ADA WHEELER MILLER DES MOINES 
IOWA 

Rebecca married Ephraim Putnam SMITH, son of John SMITH and Rachel 



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WALTON, on 1843 in , Penobscot, Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1986 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Ephraim was bom 4 Feb 1819 in Hatley, , Canada. He died 
22 Oct 1 879 in Swanton, Fulton, Ohio and was buried Oct 1 879 in Swan Creek, 
Fulton, Ohio. Ephraim was baptized 1 5 Dec 1 93 1 . He was endowed 30 Mar 1 932 in 
the Logan Utah temple. 

9 F viii. Mahalia WHEELER was bom about 1 81 8 in Greene, Androscoggins, Maine. She 
was sealed to her parents on 27 May 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Mahalia 
was baptized 1 Nov 1952. She was endowed 9 Jan 1953. 

1 M ix. Joseph WHEELER was bora 1 1 Apr 1 8 1 9 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 
1 6 Nov 1 889 in Mackey, , Iowa and was buried Nov 1 889. He was sealed to his 
parents on 27 May 1 954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Joseph was baptized 8 Jul 
1 93 9. He was endowed 8 Aug 1 940. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

Family History of Lily Wheeler Wilson and Augusta Blake, also records 
from ! Viola Wheeler Nelson and Ella Wheeler Allen. 

Records compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des 
Moines, !Iowa, 

History of Joseph Wheeler written by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Joseph Wheeler was bom at Leeds, Androscoggins County, Maine. 
He was 

the ninth child of Simon and Sarah Stevens. Sarah Stevens Wheeler was 
the 

daughter of Jacob and Martha PettingiU Stevens. 

Simon Wheeler moved his family to Lincoln, Maine when Joseph was 
nine 

years old. They were there about four years then moved to Molunkus, 

Maine. 

!In 1844 we find Joseph back at Lincoln, Maine where he married Elmira 

Lancaster, of Lee, Maine, on 4 May 1844, at Lee Maine. 

Joseph and wife Elmira, returned to Molunkus where Joseph cut down 
trees 

land made a clearing where he built his house. All of their 13 children 
were 

!bom in that house, except [Olive] Lillie who was bom in Illinois. 
Joseph 
! spent his time working in the lumber camps in winter, and in the summer 



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working on his farm. 

Simon and Sarah Wheeler left Molnnkus and moved south to 
Charleston, 

Maine, where Simon died, 2 april 1853. He was buried at East Corinth, 

Maine. All of the boys went west and they persuaded Joseph to come to 

Illinois with them, this must have been in the summer of 1 864 or 1865. 

They 

Isettled in Lee county Illimois. 

Joseph stayed in Illinois until 1877, when they moved to Harrison 

Township, Boone County, Iowa. With him were Frank and wife, Elihu, 
Sadie, 

Levi, Adalbert, Simon Jr, Charlie, and Lillie. 

William Henry, Augustus, and Elmira Jane and her husband Llewellyn 

Blake went back to Maine. Augusta and her husband Hugh Gates came 
later 

and settled at Jefferson Iowa, Elihu took up land accross the road from 

his 

Ifather and built a house on his land. 

Lillie kept house for Elihu until he married Elvira Briley, on 6 August 
! 1 882 in Jefferson, Iowa. Frank and his wife bought land adjoining Ms 

fether Josephs land. Levi went west to the mining districts. Adalbert 
and 

Simon stayed home until after 1885, then they went to Nebraska and the 

Dakota's. 

Charlie fermed the home place after his father, Joseph died in 1 889, 

and grandmother Elmira kept house for him. Later he married Gertie 
Smith 

and grandmother went to live with Lillie and Tom wilson at Blue Earth, 

Minnesota. She died there in 1 897, but was brought back to Mackey and 

buried by her husband Joseph. 

Joseph Wheeler was a man of six feet two inches tall, slender, jolly 

and loved to tease. Grandmother Elmira, was more quiet, but loved her 

grand 

! children- 
Joseph married Elmina LANCASTER, daughter of Elihu LANCASTER and Sarah 
TUCK, on 4 May 1844 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1986 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Elmina was bom 1 1 Oct 1 824 in Corina, Penobscot, 
Maine. She died 1 6 Feb 1 897 in Mackey, , Iowa and was buried Feb 1 897. Elmina 
was baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 1 3 Dec 1 939 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: IDAHO FALLS TEMPLE FILE ORDINANCE SHEET 
8594702-00081-9 



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BAPTISM: ALSO DATE 8 FEB 1986 PROXY ANGELA J ANDREW 

ENDOWMENT: ALSO DATE 22 FEB 1986 PROXY MARGIE F 
STEVENS 

IIP X. Sarah Augusta WHEELER was bom 12 May 1821 in Leeds, Androscoggins, 

Maine. She died Feb 1 887 in Charleston, , Maine and was buried Feb 1 887. She was 
sealed to her parents on 27 May 1 954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Sarah was 
baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 21 Nov 1939. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: INTENTIONS 6 OCT 1884 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

1860 CENSUS CHARLESTON MAINE CENSUS 

CORA TURNER FAMILY REPORT 

HENRY AND SARAH NOT IN 1870 CHARLESTON MAINE 
CENSUS 

Sarah married Henry BACON on 6 Oct 1844 in Charleston, , Maine. They were 
sealed 1 5 Mar 1 989 m the Ogden Utah temple. Henry was bom 1 800 in Charleston, , 
Maine. He died in Charleston, , Maine. Henry was baptized 1 Aug 1 994 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 12 Oct 1 994 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

1 2 F xi. Martha Jane WHEELER was bom 1 2 Nov 1 824 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 
She died 10 Feb 1 898 in Fairgrove, , Michigan and was buried Feb 1 898. She was 
sealed to her parents on 27 May 1 954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Martha was 
baptized 1 Nov 1952. She was endowed 14 Jan 1953. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

DEATH: 

BURIAI.: 

VITAL RECORDS OF TUSCOLA TUSCOLA MICHIGAN 

HISTORY BY ADA WHEELER MILLER DEA MOINES IOWA 

FAMILY RECORDS OF ALIDA IRWIN HARPER 

Martha married Sylvester Jay SMITH, son of John SMITH and Rachel WALTON, 
on 19 Nov 1 842 in Chester, , Maine. They were sealed 25 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho 

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Falls Idaho temple. Sylvester was bom 27 Dec 1 822 in Shipton, , Canada. He died 5 
Dec 1892 in Tuscola, , Michigan and was buried Dec 1892 in Fairgrove, , Michigan. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: INTENTIONS 19 NOV 1842 FILED AT LINCOLN 
MAINE 

OCCUPATION: DOCTOR 

1 3 M xii. Simon WHEELER was bom 27 Sep 1 827 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 
9 Dec 1 886 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah and was buried Dec 1 886 in OGDEN, Weber, 
Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 27 May 1954 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 
Simon was baptized 1 Nov 1952. He was endowed 13 Feb 1953. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRIAGE: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

SEALED TO WIFE #2: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: SEXTON AND GRAVESTONE RECORD OGDEN 
CEMETERY 

LETTERS FROM HAZEL BURKE 

SEXTON AND GRAVESTONE RECORDS OF OGDEN COPIED BY 
PHEBE ROBINSON PROVIDENCE 

CHARLESTON VITAL STATISTICS 
UTAH 

Simon married (1) Lucinda L HESELTINE on 4 Oct 1853 in Charleston, 
Penobscot, Maine. They were sealed 15 Mar 1989 in the Ogden Utah temple. 
Lucinda was bom 4 Apr 1824 in Buxton, , Maine. She died 24 Nov 1886 in Ogden, 
Weber, Utah and was buried Nov 1 886 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. Lucinda was 
baptized 1 4 May 1 998 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 9 Jul 1 998 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple, 

Simon also married (2) Wilhelmina Nicholina Christiana JACOBSEN, daughter of 
W JACOBSEN and FLOWDEAN. Wilhehnina was bom in , , Denmark. She died 29 
Dec 1 891 in Lynn, Weber, Utah and was buried Dec 1 891 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. 

BIRTH: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

MARRLVGE: 



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SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

MARRIAGE #3: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DEATH: STONE RECORD GIVES 29 DEC 1891 SEXTON'S 
RECORD GIVES 12 JAN 1892 

BURIAL: OGDEN CEMETERY 



Index 



Name ID Page Name ID Page 



ARNOLD, Mary Ann W(b. 1822) . . 6S 4 

BACON, Henry(b. 1800) US 9 

BEALS,Agnes(b.l797) 28 2 

DRAKE,Martha(b.l814) 58 4 

HAINES, Stephen P(b.l 810) 38 3 

HESELTINE,LucindaL(b.l824) .. 138 10 

JACOBSEN,WilhelminaNC(d.l891) 138 10 

LANCASTER, Elmina(b. 1824) ... IDS 8 

MC ALPINE, Margaret(b.l 794) .. . 68 5 

NELSON, Jeremy(b. 1801) 4S 3 

PERRY, PhebeROXY(b. 1848) ... 68 6 

PULLEN, Marcia Ann(b. 1 82 1 ) . . . 28 2 

SINCLAIR, Janett(b.l813) 68 5 

SMITH,EphraimPutnam(b.l819) . 88 6 

SMITH, Sylvester Jay(b. 1822) .... 128 9 

STEVENS, Sarah(b. 1786) IS 1 

WHEELER, Deborah Cutter(b. 1808) 4 3 

WHEELER, Ebenezer(b. 1804) ... 2 1 

WHEELER, Jacob(b.l 810) 5 3 

WHEELER, Joseph(b. 1819) 10 7 

WHEELER, Levi(b. 181 2) 6 4 

WHEELER, Mahalia(b.l 8 18) .... 9 7 

WHEELER, Martha Jane(b.l 824) . . 12 9 

WHEELER, Omaitb.l 81 4) 7 6 

WHEELER, Rebecca(b.l 81 6) .... 8 6 

WHEELER, Rhoda(b. 1806) 3 2 

WHEELER, Sarah Augusta(b. 1821) 11 9 

WHEELER, 8imon(b.l781) 1 1 

WHEELER, 8imon(b. 1827) 13 10 



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Modified Register for Ebenezer WHEELER 

First Generation 

1 . Ebenezer WHEELER was bom 1 3 Jul 1 804 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 24 Sep 1 890 
in North Leeds, , Maine and was buried in North Leeds, , Maine. 

Ebenezer married (1 ) Agnes DEALS, daughter of John BEALS and Abigail, on 1 4 May ] 83 1 in 
Westbrook, , Maine. Agnes was bom 1 797 in Scarborough, , Maine. She dial 1 5 Jul 1 864 in North 
Leeds, , Maine and was buried in North Leeds, , Maine. 

They had the following children: 

2 M i. Horace Francis WHEELER was bom 25 Jan 1 833 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 
He died 22 Nov 1 854 in Augusta, , Maine. 

+ 3 M ii. John Deals WHEELER was bom 5 May 1 835 and died 9 Oct 1 882. 

+ 4M iii. LeviWaldoWHEELERwasboml6Junl837anddiedl4Novl900. 

5 F iv. Sarah Jane WHEELER was bom 9 Jun 1 840 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. She 

died in Skowhegan, Somerset, Maine. Sarah was baptized 1 1 Jan 1 972 in the Salt 
Lake temple. She was endows 29 Feb 1 972 in the Salt Lake temple. 
Sarah married Hiram H GILMAN on 23 Aug 1 863 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 
Hiram was bom about 1 836 in of Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died in 
Skowhegan, Somerset, Maine. 

6 M V. William Warren WHEELER was bom 1 7 Dec 1 843 in Leeds, Androscoggin, 

Maine. He died 6 Aug 1908 in Essex Junction, Chittenden, Vermont and was buried 
in Essex Junction, Chittenden, Vermont. William was baptized 1 1 Jan 1972 in the 
Salt Lake temple. He was endowed 2 Mar 1 972 in the Salt Lake temple. 
William married (1 ) Jenny A POWELL on 20 May 1 87 1 in North Cambridge, , 
Massachusetts. 

William also married (2) Minerva C TAYLOR, daughter of Bartholomew 
TAYLOR and Clarrissa BLISS, on 27 Jul 1 908. Minerva was bom 1 823 in of Essex 
Junction, Chittenden, Vermont. 

+ 7M vi. Roscoe Parker WHEELER was bom 26 Apr 1848 and died 29 Dec 1914. 

Ebenezer also married (2) Marcia Ann PULLEN, daughter of Jonathan PULLEN and Lucy 
BARROWS, on 26 Oct 1865 in Winthrop, , Maine. Marcia was bom 16 Sep 1821 in Winthrop, 
Kennebec, Maine. She died 1 892 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried in East Winthrop, 
Kennebec, Maine. 



Second Generation 

3. John Deals WHEELER (Ebenezer) was bom 5 May 1 835 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 9 
Oct 1 882 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine and was buried in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. John was 
baptized 1 1 Jan 1972 in the Salt Lake temple. He was endowed 2 Mar 1972 in the Sah Lake temple. 

John married Harriet L MARTIN, daughter of Gabriel MARTIN and Catherine KISER, on Pub. 12 
Dec 1860 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. Harriet was bom Mar 1835 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. 
She died 6 Sep 1 866 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. 

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WHEELER INFORMATION 

Marriage intentions of Simon Wheeler and Sarah Stevens, both of Greene, Maine. 

Feb. 5, 1804 

Marriage was solemnized between Mr. Simon Wheeler and wife Sarah Stevens, both of Greene, 

March 15, 1804, by Benjamin Merrill, Justice of the Peace. 

(Above item was copied from the Town Records, Greene, at the Town Clerk's Office) 

Children of Simon Wheeler and Sarah Stevens (from Bureau of Vital Statistics, State House, 
Augusta, Maine) First five bom in Greene, and also recorded there on Town records; last two 
bom in Leeds, and also recorded there on Town records. 

1 . Ebenezer Wheeler bom at Greene, July 13, 1804 

2. Rhoda \\Tieeler born at Greene, June 26, 1 806 

3. Deborah Wheeler bom at Greene, Sep 27 1808 

4. Jacob Wheeler bom at Greene, Sep 26, 1810 

5. Levi Wheeler bora at Greene, July 5, 1812 

6. Joseph Wheeler bom at Leeds, April 11, 1819 

7. Sarah Wheeler bom at Leeds, May 12, 1821 



Mr. Albert S. Bryant of North Leeds, who is compiling the Vital Statistics of Leeds, states that 
Simon Wheeler and brother David Wheeler came from Weld, Maine, and that David married 
Meribah Ireland and had a son, Simon, bom March 4, 1796 in Weld, who married (1) Olive 
(Brewster) Briggs; (2) Sarah Jane Thurston. 

Ebenezer \\Tieeler (son of Simon and Sarah Stevens) married Agnes Beals of Scarborough" in 
1831. (Page 334, History of Leeds, by Stinchfield.) 

Agnes Beals, wife of Ebenezer Wheeler, was bom in 1797. This was ascertained by deducting 
her age as given on the birth records of her children, from the dates of their birth. Her first child 
was born in 1833. At that time her age is given as 36, therefore making her bom in 1797. 
Ebenezer ^^Tleeler was 29 at the birth of the first child, on the birth record. 

Children of Ebenezer Wheeler and Agnes Beals Wheeler (From the Vital Statistics, 
Augusta, Maine) 

1 . Horace Francis Wheeler, bom at Leeds, January 25, 1833 

2. John Beals Wheeler, bom at Leeds, May 5, 1835 

3. Levi Waldo Wheeler, bom at Leeds, June 16, 1837 

4. Sarah Jane Wheeler, bom at Leeds, June 9, 1 840 

5. William Warren Wheeler, bom at Leeds, December 17, 1843 

6. Roscoe Parker Wheeler, bom at Leeds, April 26, 1848 



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Will of Marcia (Pullen) Wheeler, second wife of Ebenezer (son of Simon Wheeler and 
Sarah Stevens Wheeler) was filed at Androscoggin County Courthouse, Auburn, Maine at the 
January 1892 term of Court. The will is dated July 7, 1883. In this will she stated she wished to 
be buried at East Winthrop, Maine, beside her sister Lucy I. Dearborn. She left one hundred 
dollars to her husband out of which he was to pay the expenses of her last sickness and burial. 
She also gave him her chamber set, carpets, sheep, carriage, and common fiimiture, but not 
including any that belonged to her mother, her rugs or her bureau. She said she made no further 
provisions of her husband "on account of his age, his property, and the further reasons of my 
having already contributed as much to his property as I regard just and proper under all the 
circumstances." She gives certain paintings, etc, to nephews T. H. Wheeler and J. Henry 
Wheeler, both of Boston, and also mentions her brothers Horace Pullen and J. H. Pullen of 
Monson, Maine. 

Inventory of Estate of Marcia Pullen Wheeler 

Auburn Savings Bank $202.62 

Estimated dividend on same 4.00 

Androscoggin Co. Savings Bank 154.36 

Mechanics Savings Bank 458.32 

Estimated dividend on same 8.00 

Note signed by J. H. Pullen & H. C. Pullen 144.97 

Interest on same 14.83 

Note signed by H. C. Pullen & John Pullen 653.07 

Interest on same 41 .54 

both notes dated Nov. 16, 1889 



Total $1681.71 

At Androscoggin County Court House, Auburn, Maine, is filed the administration of the 
estate of Eben Wheeler of Leeds. Mention is made of the widow Marcia P. Wheeler. She 
petitions the appointment of Roscoe Parker Wheeler (son of Eben) as administrator on 
September 13, 1890. 

Sarah Oilman, wife of Hiram Oilman of Skowhegan, Levi W. Wheeler of Paw Paw, 
Illinois, and William W. Wheeler of Essex Junction, Vermont all release their claims to Roscoe 
P. Wheeler. 

(Note, these are all Ebenezer's children. He was sometimes called Eben) 



Jeremy Nelson, (husband of Deborah Wheeler, who was the daughter of Simon and Sarah 
Wheeler) held the office of selectman of Lincoln, Maine, for the years 1852, 1853, 1858, 1859, 
1 860, he being chairman each year except 1 858. (From Lincoln and Enfield Town Register bv 
Mitchell, p. 10) 



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Children of Roscoe Parker Wheeler (son of Ebenezer and grandson of Simon and Sarah 
Wheeler) and Roscoe's wife Sarah S. Bodge, who was bom at Windham, Maine, in 1849. 
(From the Bureau of Vital Statistics, Augusta, Maine.) 

1 . Nellie Louise Wheeler, bom at Winthrop, Maine, December 27, 1 877 

2. Fred L. Wheeler, bom at Winthrop, Maine, October 26, 1 880 

3. Roscoe Clinton Wheeler, bom at Leeds, Maine, August !4, 1890 



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Figure 1 Levi Waldo Wheeler - son of Ebenezer & Agnes Wheeler 



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OBITUARY 

LEVI WALDO WHEELER 

Friend after friend departs. 
Who hath not lost a friend? 
There is no union here of hearts 
That finds not here an end. 

Our friend, Levi Waldo Wheeler, the third son of Eben and Agnes Beals Wheeler, was 
bom at West Leeds, Androscroggin Co., Maine, on the 16th day of June 1837 and died at Paw 
Paw, Illinois on the i4th day of November, 1900, Aged 63 years 4 months and 28 days. 

His life up to his 23 year was spent in his native state. When the dark storm clouds of war 
gathered upon our national horizon and threatened our dismemberment, Mr. Wheeler on the 20th 
day of September 1861 offered his services in the maintenance of national union and honor. On 
the 3 1st day of October, 1 861 he was mustered into army service and for three years and four 
months he served his country feithfiilly as a volunteer soldier in various capacities. He was 
mustered out on the 25th day of November 1864. He had two brothers who served with him in 
the war of rebellion. 

The deceased came west in 1 878 and upon the conclusion of a visit with friends in this city 
he located at Ogden, Utah. Upon his return to Paw Paw in March 1 879 he entered business here 
with his cousin B. J. Wheeler as a partner. 

In January 1885 he went with a mining company in Nelson Point, California, and in 
October returned to Paw Paw and again went into business with Mr. B. J. Wheeler. 

On the 25th day of September 1887 he was united in marriage to Miss Emily Kennedy of 
this city, who today in her loneliness cherishes the memory of thirteen pleasant and happy years of 
wedded life and who mourns the loss of a true, kind, thoughtful, and loving husband. 

Mr. Wheeler before going to California in 1885 was made a Master Mason, Upon his 
return to Paw Paw he became a Royal Arch Mason and then a Knight Templar. Brother Wheeler 
was a good Mason. He loved the principles of Masonry and exemplified its tenets by his well 
ordered hfe. He was honored by his brethren by many official positions in the lodge, from that of 
Master to that of Steward, and in every position he discharged his duty with credit to himself and 
satisfaction to his brethren. His brethren in the Blue Lodge, Chapter and Commandery hold him 
in their highest esteem and confidence. 

He was also an active and aggressive member of the Wm. H. Thompson post of the 
G.A.R. Here he was called upon to fill positions of responsibility and was always found 
competent and popular. Here he stood high in the estimation of his comrades. At the time of his 



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death he was a trustee of the Village and was also a School Trustee. 



As a Mason, comrade, ofiScial, citizen and husband, the deceased always endeavored to 
keep his character stainless. All are pleased to be able to pay the highest tribute of honor and 
respect to his memory. Surely he was an upright and honest man. AU remember his jovial and 
cheerful disposition. 

His love for, and kindness to the children won the esteem and afifection not only of the 
children but of all. But few were more frank and open-hearted than was he. His kindness toward 
man, beast, and birds were commendable and indicative of the nobility of his character. No one 
had a higher admiration for the truth wherever found than our friend. 

All have noted his love for his home and many have experienced his great hospitality. He 
was patient and hopeful during his sickness. 

One sister, Mrs. Gilmau, Skowhegan, Maine, Roscoe Park Wheeler, West Leeds, Maine, 
on old homestead, William Warren Wheeler, Essex Junction, Vermont, are detained from being 
here on account of sickness. 

The funeral was held in the Methodist church on Saturday, and the sermon was preached 
by Rev. B.A. Dickens, who was a close friend of the deceased. His eulogy was very touching and 
sincere. The burial was at the Frantz Grove cemetery. The Masonic fraternity had charge of the 
services at the grave, and attended the funeral, as did the G. A. R. and Paw Paw business men. 
There were a number of Masons from Compton present. A Guard of Knights Templar was here 
from the Mendota Commandery. Those who were here from a distance were, Mr. and Mrs, W, 
L,Beals , Freeport, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Beals, Chicago, Miss F. L. Men, LaGrange, J. B. Tucker, 
Sandwich and J. H. Thompson, Dixon. 

CARD OF THANKS 

Mrs. L. W. Wheeler desires to have the many friends who assisted in her late bereavement 
to understand that she feels very grateful for all the fevors extended to her at that time. She 
expressed herself as feeling deeply indebted to everyone who had by any means lent aid and 
comfort in her time of distress. The friends and orders which contributed the floral emblems paid 
a pretty tribute which Mrs. Wheeler will ever remember. 

RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF BROTHER L. W. WHEELER 

WHEREAS, it has pleased Almighty God, in His allwise providence to remove Brother L. 
W. Wheeler from our midst by death, we bow in humble submission to His will, and desire to 
place on record the esteem and love we bore our deceased brother. Therefore, be it Resolved 
that Corinthian Lodge No. 205 A.F. & A.M. has lost by the death of Brother L, W, Wheeler, one 



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of its Mhful, devoted members, one who was always ready to extend a helping hand in every 
time of need, and we desire to bear testimony to his sterling honesty, untiring industry; an upright 
citizen, a devoted husband and felthful brother. We feel that when the duties of life have all been 
nobly done, when the sun touches the horizon, when the purple twilight fells upon the present, the 
past and the future, when memory vvdth dim eyes can scarcely spell the records of the vanished 
day, then surrounded by friends death comes like a strain of music; the day has been long, the 
road weary; we gladly stop at the Inn. And be it fiirther Resolved, that these resolutions be 
spread upon the records of the Lodge; also, a copy be sent to the widow, to whom we extend our 
heartfelt sympathy in her sore bereavement and that they be published In the Lee County Times. 

W.L. Nicholson, 
W.T. Smith 
O.W. Briggs 

Committee 







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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

T r^ ^''''T ^' ^^^^^^« ^^"^^ ^' ^^v" Stella M. Dalton F. LeRoy Smith Mabel Eerry 
Celeste I. Firkins Orla N. Stetler Carl H. Mann Emily J. Wheeler Charles S. Firkins Bessie G. Clark 

EMILY J. WHEELER 

Mrs. Emily J. Wheeler was bom in Madison Co., Indiana, on the 14th day of May 1 848, 
and died in Paw Paw, Illinois on the 27th day of January 1901, aged 52 years 8 months and 12 
days. 

When about four years of age she came with her parents to this state and settled in 
Whiteside county. When she was about twelve years of age her mother died, and the femily 
consisting of six children was scattered and the home was broken. She then made her home with 
her grandmother, and later with her uncle who lived at Prophets-town and later at LaMoille. lU. 



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After serving an apprecticement at the millinery trade, she engaged in that business at 
Mendota, Chicago, Atchinson, Kansas, Houghton, Michigan and Green Bay, Wisconsin, In 1874 
she engaged in the same business in this city with Mrs. D. L. Hartwell, and they for six years 
conducted a good business. 

She was united in marriage to the late Levi Waldo Wheeler Sept. 25, 1887. The husband 
preceeded her to the great beyond about ten weeks ago. 

Mrs. Wheeler was one of the charter members of the W.R.C. which was organized here 
about 1893, and its first President. She was also one of the leading spirits in the organization of 
the Foster Chapter of the O.E.S. and was its first Worthy Matron and served in that capacity for 
nearly three years. 

During our pastorate here she was the President of the Ladies Aid Society and served with 
great acceptability. Mrs. Wheeler was known as a woman with very strong likes and dislikes, rare 
executive ability, pronounced and unwavering patriotism and many other rare and commendable 
womanly virtues. 



While she did not make a public profession of religion we feel assured that like Joseph of 
Arimathea she followed Christ secretly. To Mrs. Dickens, who spent several days with her nearly 
two years ago when she was so low, and to whom she opened her heart, as perhaps to but few 
others, she expressed her unwavering confidence in Jesus Christ as her savior. She said to us 
when we last bid her good-by, that it was her ambition to meet us in heaven. 

Mrs. Wheeler's father died about sk years ago. Her only sister departed this Kfe about 
twenty years ago, and about one year afterward one of her brothers passed away. But three 
brothers remain among the living; Lewis Kennedy of New Douglass, 111., John of Staunton, 111., 
and Charles of Coffeyville, Kansas. It seems strange and sad to be obliged to bury the deceased 
without the presence of relatives, but her numerous fiiends took the places of relatives and 
manifested their love and esteem for the departed one. The floral tributes were many, costly and 
expressive. The attendance upon the services was large and fiiU of the deepest sympathy. The 
music was beautifiil, appropriate and well rendered. The sermon was preached by an old fiiend. 
Rev. B.A. Dickens, of Lanark, 111. and the funeral rites at the grave were conducted by the 
members of the order of the Eastern Star, who ojGBciated at the request of the deceased. 



B.A. Dickens 



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John and Harriet had the following children: 

8 M i. Frank E WHEELER was bom 1 6 Apr 1 863 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. He 

died 29 Feb 1 868. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

9 F ii. Mary L WHEELER was bom 3 Apr 1 866 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. She died 

25 Feb 1 869. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

4. Levi Waldo WHEELER (Ebenezer) was bom 16 Jun 1837 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 
14 Nov 1900 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Levi was baptized 
1 1 Jan 1 972 in the Salt Lake temple. He was endowed 2 Mar 1 972 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Levi married (1) Martha S WARD. 

They had the following children: 

1 F i. Ellen WHEELER was bom 1 866 in , , Utah. 

Levi also married (2) Emily J KENNEDY on 25 Sep 1 887 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Emily was bom 
14 May 1 848. She died 27 Jan 1 901 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. 

7. Roscoe Parker WHEELER (Ebenezer) was bora 26 Apr 1848 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He 
died 29 Dec 1914 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 
Roscoe was baptized 1 1 Jan 1 972 in the Salt Lake temple. He was endowed 2 Mar 1972 in the Salt 
Lake temple. 

Roscoe married Sarah S BODGE on 20 Aug 1874 in Winthrop, Kenneba;, Maine. Sarah was bom 
1 849 in Wmdham, , Maine. 

They had the following children: 

+ 1 1 F i. Nellie Louise WHEELER was bom 27 Dec 1 877 and died 25 Sep 1919. 

+ 1 2 M ii. Fred Linwood WHEELER was bom 26 Oct 1 880 and died 23 Jul 1 944. 

+ 1 3 M iii. Roscoe Clinton WHEELER was bom 1 4 Aug 1 890. 



Third Generation 

1 1 . Nellie Louise WHEELER (Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 27 Dec 1 877 in Winthrop, Kennebec, 
Maine. She died 25 Sep 1919 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 

Nellie married (1) REARDON. 

They had the following children: 

14 M i. William Edward REARDON was bom 1 2 May 1900 in Aubum, Maine, Maine. 

Nellie also married (2) Charles BELLOW. 

12. Fred Linwood WHEELER (Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 26 Oct 1880 in Winthrop, 
Kennebec, Maine. He died 23 Jul 1 944 in Boothbay Harbor, Lincoln, Maine. 

Fred married Florence Gladys ROSE, daughter of Ellery ROSE and Lena STAPLES, on 2 Mar 1 902. 



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Florence was bom 19 Jul 1885 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

+ 1 5 M i. Stanley Percy WHEELER was bom 20 Apr 1 902. 

1 6 F ii. Vivian WHEELER was bom 1 4 Nov 1 904 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. 
Vivian married Clyde F MCKENNEY, son of Roland MCKENNEY and Annie 
LOWE, on 8 Nov 1941 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. Clyde was bora 5 May 
1903 in Lisbon, , Maine. He died 1958 in Auburn, , Maine. 

+ 17 F iii. Verna Lillian WHEELER was bom 26 Oct 1905. 

+ 18 M iv. Gerald Ernest WHEELERwas bom 3 Jul 1907. 

13. Roscoe Clinton WHEELER (Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 14 Aug 1890 in Leeds, 
Androscoggin, Maine. 

Roscoe maiTied Susie A BOULIER, daughter of Albert SOULIER and Susie, on 23 May 1914 in 
Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. Susie was bom in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 19 Jul 1914 in 
Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine and was buried in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

+ 19 M i. HaroldLeviWHEELERwasboml9Jull914. 



Fourth Generation 

15. Stanley Percy WHEELER (Fred Linwood, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 20 Apr 1902 in 
Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. 

Stanley married (1) Doris ALLEN. 

They had the following children: 

20 F i. Marilyn Elva WHEELER. 

Marilyn married Azez PARHARD on 20 Nov 1 945. 

21 M ii. Stanley Allen WHEELER was bom 28 Aug 1 928 in Lewiston, , Maine. He died 9 

Sep 1929. 

22 M iii. Gerald Alna WHEELER was bom 1 3 Mar 1 932 in Auburn, Maine, Maine. 

23 F iv. Winona Etta WHEELER was bom 2 1 Apr 1 934 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

24 F V. Delores Jane WHEELER was bom 3 May 1939 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

Stanley also married (2) Ernestine BECHARD on 21 Dec 1945. 

17. Verna Lillian WHEELER (Fred Linwood, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 26 Oct 1905 in 
Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. 

Vema married Jolm Arthur COADY, son of John Tobias COADY and Margaret HAMILTON, on 
18 Aug 1924 in Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine. John was bom 27 Apr 1898 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

They had the following children: 

25 M i. John Arthur COADY Junior was bom 9 Aug 1 925 in Lewiston, , Maine. 



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John married Beverly L HILL on 10 Jan 1950. 

26 M ii. Bernard Lawrence COADY was bom 1 1 Apr 1927 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

27 M iii. Robert Francis COADY was bom 1 1 Jan 1929 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

Robert married Virginia ST PIERRE on 23 Jun 1956. 

28 F iv. Mary Patracia COADY was bom 1 7 Mar 1 932 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

Mary married Richard WALLACE on 27 Oct 1956. 

1 8. Gerald Ernest WHEELER (Fred Linwood, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 3 Jul 1 907 in 
Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. 

Gerald married Evelyn Josephine WATTS, daughter of Robert Bell WATTS and Rachel Mae 
BOWMAN. Evelyn was bom 19 Dec 1908. 

They had the following children: 

29 F i. Nancy WHEELER was bom 4 Sep 1 930 in Boothbay Harbor, , Maine. 

Nancy married Dwight Elmer PAINE on 17 Sep. 

30 F ii. Rachel Anne WHEELER was bom 5 Jul 1 947 in Boothbay Harbor, , Maine. 

19. Harold Levi WHEELER (Roscoe Clinton, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 19 Jul 1914 in Leeds, 
Androscoggin, Maine. 

Harold married Lenora GRAY, daughter of Joseph GRAY and Nellie PEABODY. Lenora was bom 
1 6 Aug 1 9 1 5 in Ellsworth, , Maine. 

They had the following children: 

3 1 F i. Joan Elaine WHEELER was bom 1 3 Apr 1 935 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

Joan married Daniel BEAL II, son of Daniel BEAL, on 7 Mar 1951 in Jonesport, 
Maine, Maine. 

32 F ii. Janice Etta WHEELER was bom 29 Jan 1939 in Lewiston, , Maine. 

Janice married William LOCHARD on 18 Jun 1955 in Jonesport, Maine, Maine. 

+ 33 F iii. Joyce Eileen WHEELER was bom 11 Mar 1 94 1 . 

+ 34 F iv. Jean Evelyn WHEELER was bom 24 Jun 1942. 

35 F V. Judith Eone WHEELER was bom 7 Nov 1 944 in Jonesport, Maine, Maine. 
Judith married David HARDMAN. 



Fifth Generation 

33. Joyce Eileen WHEELER (Harold Levi, Roscoe Clinton, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bora 1 1 Mar 
1941 in Jonesport, Maine, Maine. 

Joyce married Roger C GRAY, son of Millard C GRAY and Virginia FOSS. 

They had the following children: 

36 F i. Debra Jean GRAY was bom 1 9 May 1 958 in Bar Harbor, , Mame. 

37 F ii. Judith Denice GRAY was bom 6 Dec 1 959 in Bar Harbor, , Maine. 



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34. Jean Evelyn WHEELER (Harold Levi, Roscoe Clinton, Roscoe Parker, Ebenezer) was bom 24 Jun 
1 942 in Jonesport, Maine, Maine. 

Jean married Charles W BRYANT, son of Julian BRYANT and Wilma. 

They had the following children: 

38 M i, Jeffrey C BRYANT was bom 9 Sep 1 959 in Bar Harbor, , Maine. 



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ALLEN, Doris 15S 

BEAL, Daniel U 31S 

BEALS,Agnes(b.l797) IS 

BECHARD, Ernestine 15S 

BELLOW, Charles US 

BODGE, Sarah S(b.l849) 7S 

BOULIER, SusieA(d.l914) 13S 

BRYANT, Charles W 34S 

BRYANT, Jeffrey C(b. 1959) .... 38 

CO ADY, Bernard Lawrence(b. 1 927) 26 

COADY, John Arthur(b. 1 898) ... 1 7S 

COADY, John Arthur Junior(b.l925) 25 

COADY, Mary Patracia(b. 1 932) . . 28 

COADY, Robert Francis(b. 1929) .. 27 

OILMAN, Hiram H(b. 1836) 5S 

GRAY, DebraJean(b.l 958) 36 

GRAY, Judith Denice(b. 1959) 37 

GRAY,Lenora(b.l915) 19S 

GRAY,RogerC 33S 

HARDMAN, David 35S 

HILL,BeverlyL 25S 

KENNEDY, Emily J(b. 1848) .... 4S 

LOCHARD, William 32S 

MARTIN, Harriet L(b. 1835) 3S 

MCKENNEY, Clyde F(b. 1903) ... 16S 

PAINE, Dwight Elmer 29S 

PARHARD, Azez 20S 

POWELL,JennyA 6S 

PULLEN, Marcia Ann(b. 1 82 1 ) ... IS 

REARDON, lis 

REARDON, William Edward(b.l900) 14 

ROSE, Florence Gladys(b. 1885) ... 12S 

ST PIERRE, Virginia 27S 

TAYLOR, Minerva C(b. 1823) 6S 

WALLACE, Richard 28S 

WARD, Martha S 4S 

WATTS, Evelyn Josephine(b. 1 908) 1 8S 

WHEELER, DeloresJane(b. 1939) . 24 

WHEELER, Ebenezer(b. 1804) ... 1 

WHEELER, Ellen(b. 1866) 10 

WHEELER, Frank E(b. 1863) .... 8 

WHEELER, Fred Linwood(b. 1880) . 12 

WHEELER, Gerald Alna(b.l 932) . . 22 

WHEELER, Gerald Emest(b. 1 907) . 18 

WHEELER, Harold Levi(b. 1914) . . 19 



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WHEELER, Joan Elaine(b.l935) 
WHEELER, John Beals(b.l835) 

WHEELER, Joyce Eileen(b.l94I) 

WHEELER, Judith Eone(bJ944) 
WHEELER, Levi Waldo(b.l837) 

WHEELER, Marilyn Elva 

WHEELER, Mary L(b. 1 866) . . 
WHEELER, Nancy(b. 1930) ... 
WHEELER, Nellie Louise(b. 1 877) 



WHEELER, Rachel Anne(b. 1 947) . 
WHEELER, Roscoe Clinton(b.I890) 

WHEELER, Roscoe Parker(b.l848) 

WHEELER, Sarah Jane(b. 1 840) . . 
WHEELER, Stanley Allen(b. 1 928) . 
WHEELER, Stanley Percy(b. 1 902) . 



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WHEELER, Vivian(b. 1904) 16 

WHEELER, William Warren(b. 1 843) 6 

WHEELER, Winona Etta(b. 1934) . 23 



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First Generation 

Rhoda WHEELER was bom 26 Jun 1806 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 19 Nov 1 869 
in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. Rhoda 
was baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 17 Nov 1939. 

Rhoda married Stephen P HAINES, son of Walter HAINES and Betsy, on 5 Jul 1835 in Chester, , 
Maine. Stephen was bom 1 1 Oct 1810. He died in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in 
Ehnwood Cemetery, Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

2 F i. Maria Loiza HAINES was bom 25 May 1 836 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

Maria married Oliver LIBBEY. Oliver was bom in of Charleston, Maine. 

3 F ii. Caroline Augusta HAINES was bom 27 Nov 1 837 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

She died 1 896 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Mount Pleasant 
Cemetery, Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 
Caroline married Silas SWANTON. 

4 M iii, Jeremy Nelson HAINES was bom 28 Jan 1 839. 

5 M iv. Roscoe HAINES was bom 1 3 Feb 1 84 1 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. He died 1916 

in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter, 

Penobscot, Maine. 

Roscoe married Eunice SMITH. 

6 F V. Abby Frances HAINES was bom 3 Sep 1 842 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

7 M vi. John T HAINES was bom 23 Sep 1845 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

8 M vii. Lather HAINES was bom 1 7 Aug 1847 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 

Luther married Annie TURNER. Annie was bom in Gray, , Maine. 

9 F viii. Rosetta HAINES was bom 1 8 Oct 1 85 1 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. She died 9 

Dec 1909 in Foxcroft, Piscataquis, Maine and was buried in Mount Pleasant 
Cemetery, Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 
Rosetta married Emerson AUSTIN. 

10 M ix. Joseph HAINES was bora 1852 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. 



Second Generation 

4. Jeremy Nelson HAINES (Rhoda) was bom 28 Jan 1 839 in Dexter, Penobscot, Maine. He died in 
Haverhill, , Massachusetts. Jeremy was baptized 12 Mar 1959. He was endowed 16 Apr 1959 in the 
Los Angeles Califomia temple. 

Jeremy married Sabina NORRIS on 2 Dec 1 866. Sabina was bom in , , New Hampshire. 

They had the following children: 

1 1 M i. HAINES was bom about 1 867 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. 

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AUSTIN, Emerson 9S 

HAINES,(b.l867) H 

HAINES, AbbyFrances(b. 1842) .. 6 
HAINES, Caroline Augusta(b. 1837) 3 

HAINES, Jeremy Nelson(b. 1839) . . 4 

HAINES, John T(b.l845) 7 

HAINES, Joseph(b. 1852) 10 

HAINES, Luther(b. 1847) 8 

HAINES, Maria Loiza(b. 1836) ... 2 

HAINES, Roscoe(b.l841) 5 

HAINES, Rosetta(b. 1851) 9 

HAINES, Stephen P(b.l810) IS 

LIBBEY, Oliver 2S 

NORRIS, Sabina 4S 

SMITH, Eunice 5S 

SW ANTON, Silas 3S 

TURNER, Annie ^S 

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HAINES 

n. Stephen P. Haines, third child of Walter and Betsey Haines, was bom Oct. 11, 1810. 

Stephen and his wife lived on what is now Grove Street between the Abbott Mill and dam 
and the float bridge, you will find the place marked "S. P. Haines," on the map of 1875. 
"Steve" Haines is the man who told such wonderful stories in the days gone by, - the 
man who, shingling in a heavy fog, laid seveal courses on the fog and nailed them there. 
("Articles of Local History" Eastern Gazette, 1935.) 

Town Record: 

Stephen P. Haines, bom Oct. 11,1810. 
Rhoda Haines, bom January or June 28, 1806. 

Children 

1. Maria Loiza, bom May 25, 1836 

2. Caroline Augusta, bom Nov. 27, 1837 

3. Jeremy Nelson, bom Jan. 28, 1839 

4. Roscoe, bom Feb. 13, 1841 

5. Aby Frances, bom Sep. 3, 1842 

6. John, bom Sep. 23, 1845 

7. Luther, bom Aug. 17, 1847 

Note: The last two children of Stephen Haines, Rosetta and Joseph are not recorded in the town 
book. 

ELMWOOD CEMETERY 

Stephen P. Haines 

Rhoda, wife of Stephen P. Haines, died Nov. 19, 1869, aged 64 years. 

MOUNT PLEASANT CEMETERY 

HAINES 

Caroline A., wife of Silas B. Swanton, 1837-1896 

Roscoe Haines, Co. E. 22"^^ Maine Inf. 1842-1916 

Rosetta, wife of Emerson Austin, 1845-1909 



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(Wheeler) Haines died Dec. 8, 1909, aged 58 years, 1 month, 20 days. This 
would make her date of buth October 18,1851. As John is recorded in the town 
record as bom in 1845, this would seem to be nearer the correct date than the date 
on the monument in Mount Pleasant cemetery. 

We can find no record of the marriage of Jeremy Haines, nor of John T. 



THIS IS THE PLACE 

Then is 4 place by propJbffs long foretold, 
Whff God would ^^ilxr Israel ht on* fold; 
Deliver them from uncked tyranny, 
And lead them forward to their destiny, 
Where Is the place? 

Oh Lord, our God, for truth and Thy dear name 
We're mobbed and beaten, our prophet slain. 
Our homes despoiled. In vain we seek redress. 
Our only lodging is a unlderness 
Where is the place? 

"Be not dismayed," said one so great and wise; 
"We'll wend our way toward the western skies; 
Though wild beasts howl and demons bar the way, 
We'll put an end to this nefarious fray," 
We'll find the place. 

'So forth they iared a^er desert, mount and stream — 
A sure fulfillment of their prophet's dream; 
Pajtb whispered oft: "fehovah hade the sea 
Roll back that ancient Israel migbt be free." 
We'll find the place. 

Another hill to climb I Oh, weary day! 
Will it never end, this arduous way? 
The hilltop gained, what wonder and surprise.' 
A scene oj marvelous beauty met their eyes. 
A lovely place. 

Behold a valley spreading far and wide; 
Majestic mountains guarding every side; 
Blue skies, a glistening inland sea; 
While over all the sun shone gloriously. 
Is this the place? 

"No," murmured some. No mortal could withstand 
This awful desolation — this arid land; 
There's not a blade of grass, scarely a tree; 
Let us move on. Oh Lord, we ask of Thee, 
Show us the place. 

Their leader pondered; with searching gaze 
He saw a city beautiful, with days 
Of peace, fruitful fields, and gardens fair; 
A towerinr temple, roses everwhere. 
He furnea and said'. 
This is the place! 

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First Generation 

1 . Deborah Cutter WHEELER was bom 27 Sep 1 808 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 9 
Feb 1 873 in Lincoln Center, , Maine. 

Deborah married Jeremy NELSON, son of Moses NELSON and Mehitable PINGREE, on 28 Mar 
1830 in Lincoln Center, , Maine. Jeremy was bom 16 Mar 1801 in Rowley, , Massachusetts. He died 
9 Aug 1881 in Lincoln Center, , Maine and was buried in Lincoln Center, , Maine. 

They had the following children: 

+ 2 F i. Eunice NELSON was bom 23 Jan 1 83 1 and died 1 902. 

+ 3 M ii. Horatio NELSON was bom 4 May 1 832 and died 1 4 Jul 1 924. 

4 F iii. Rosina NELSON was bora 27 Jan 1834 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. She died 16 Dec 

1923. 

Rosina married Henry P WHEELOCK. Henry died 1904. 

5 F iv. Melinda NELSON was bom 8 Dec 1 835 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. She died 24 Sep 

1837. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

6 M V. Aaron NELSON was born 1 8 Oct 1 837 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. He died 22 Sep 

1864. 

7 M vi. Luther NELSON was bom 23 May 1 839 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. He died 25 

May 1858. 

+ 8 F vii. Cora Orinda NELSON was bom 2 1 Mar 1 84 1 and died 1 6 Oct 1 906. 

9 M viii. Chester NELSON was bora 21 Apr 1 843 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Chester was 
baptized 22 Apr 1 944 in the Mesa Arizona temple. He was endowed 22 Nov 1 944 in 
the Mesa Arizona temple. 

Chester married (1) Ellen M PERRY on 14 Sep 1 874 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 
Ellen was bom about 1846 in of, , Maine. 
Chester also married (2) Mrs Ruth G AMES on 14 Sep 1 899. 

IDF ix. Mehitable NELSON was bom 22 Dec 1 844 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 
Mehitable married Ira MCKEEN. 

-I- 1 1 F X. Sarah NELSON was bom 22 Dec 1 844 and died 1 934. 

1 2 F xi. Deborah NELSON was bom 24 Nov 1 846 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. She died 25 

Apr 1862. 

1 3 M xii. Jeremy NELSON was bora 23 Oct 1 849 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. He died 3 Dec 

1875. 



Second Generation 

2. Eunice NELSON (Deborah Cutter) was bom 23 Jan 1831 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. She died 1902. 
Eunice married (1) William Horatio RAMSDELL. 

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William and Eunice had the following children: 
+ 14 F i. EmmaUne RAMSDELL. 

15 M ii. Edgar RAMSDELL. 

Eunice also married (2) Jonathan SHEPLEY. 

3. Horatio NELSON (Deborah Cutter) was bom 4 May 1832 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. He died 14 Jul 
1924 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Horatio was baptized 30 Jun 1934. He was endowed 13 Mar 1936 in 
the Salt Lake temple. 

Horatio married (1) Mary Ellen EDWARDS. Mary was bom about 1836 in of Lincob, Center, 
Maine. 

They had the following children: 

1 6 F i. Emma B NELSON was bora 6 Jun 1 862 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Emma was 

baptized 7 Sep 1 985 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 28 Jan 1 986 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

1 7 F ii. Eva B NELSON was bom 7 Jun 1 864 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Eva was baptized 

7 Sep 1985 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 28 Jan 1986 in the 

Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Eva married Aaron TROTT on 13 Jan 1882. 

1 8 F iii. Carrie A NELSON was bom 24 Jul 1 866 in Lincob, Center, Maine. She died 1 956. 

Carrie married Fred LOVEJOY. 

1 9 M iv. Charles Herbert NELSON was bom 24 Jul 1 866 in Lincob, Center, Maine. He 

died 1956. 

20 F v. Katie C NELSON was bom 25 Nov 1 872 iq Lif^cob, Center, Maine. Katie was 

baptized 7 Sep 1 985 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 28 Jan 1 986 

m the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Katie married Charles KYLE on 30 Nov 1916. 

2 1 F vi. Nellie NELSON was bom about 1 875 m Lincob, Center, Maine. Nellie was 

baptized 6 Sep 1985 m the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 28 Jan 1 986 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

22 M vii, George NELSON was bora about 1878 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

Horatio also married (2) Almeda ABBOTT. 
They had the following children: 

23 F viii. Rose NELSON. 

8. Cora Orinda NELSON (Deborah Cutter) was bom 21 Mar 1841 in Lincob, Center, Maine. She 
died 16 Oct 1906. 

Cora married Melzer Augustus TURNER. 

They had the following children: 

24 M i. Willis TURNER. 

25 F ii. Cora A TURNER. 

26 M iii. Ambrose TURNER 



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n . Sarah NELSON (Deborah Cutter) was bom 22 Dec 1 844 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. She died 1934. 
Sarah was baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 29 Nov 1939 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Sarah married Amasa P LIBBY on 16 Feb 1881 in Lincoto, Center, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

1- 27 F i. Daisy Evelyn LIBBY was bom 1 6 Jul 1 873 and died 24 Aug 1 959. 

28 F ii. Martha LIBBY was bom about 1876 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. Because she died 
as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

H 29 F iii. Margaret LIBBY was bom 17 Feb 1882 and died 6 Mar 1923. 



Third Generation 

14. Emmaline RAMSDELL (Eunice NELSON, Deborah Cutter). 
Emmaline married Henry Kelsey CLOUGH. 
They had the following children: 

30 M i. Herbert Bradford CLOUGH. 

31 M ii. Walter Henry CLOUGH. 

32 F ui. Myrtis Mae CLOUGH. 

33 F iv. Ethel Emma CLOUGH. 

27. Daisy Evelyn LIBBY (Sarah NELSON, Deborah Cutter) was bom 16 Jul 1873 in Lincoln, Center, 
Maine. She died 24 Aug 1 959 in Lincoln, Center, Maine, 

Daisy married Samuel H KNEELAND. 

They had the following children: 
+ 34 F i. Beulah KNEELAND was bom 12 Mar 1907. 

29. Margaret LIBBY (Sarah NELSON, Deborah Cutter) was bom 1 7 Feb 1 882 in Lincoln, Center, 
Maine. She died 6 Mar 1923. 

Margaret married George LeBaron EDWARDS. 

They had the following children: 
+ 35 M i. George E EDWARDS was bora 10 Jun 1916. 
+ 36 M ii. Ariel G EDWARDS was bom 3 Mar 1923. 



Fourth Generation 

34. Beulah KNEELAND (Daisy Evelyn LIBBY, Sarah NELSON, Deborah Cutter) was bom 12 Mar 
1907 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

Beulah married Robert WEATHERBEE. Robert was bom in , Lee, Maine. 



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Robert and Beulah had the following children: 

37 M i. Robert Jacque WEATHERBEE was bora 27 Feb 1 930 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 
Robert married Betty CARR on 3 1 May 1 953. 

+ 38 M ii. Donald LeeWEATHERBEE was bora 13 Feb 1932. 

39 M iii. Richard Samuel WEATHERBEE was bom 1 5 Oct 1934 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

Richard married Mildred MCDONALD on Jul 1 953. 

40 F iv. Sarah Marie WEATHERBEE was bom 20 Feb 1 942 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

35. George E EDWARDS (Margaret LIBBY, Sarah NELSON, Deborah Cutter) was bom 10 Jun 1916. 
George married Marion Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH. M^ion was bom in , , Massachusetts. 
They had the following children: 

41 M i. John S EDWARDS was bom 6 Apr 1 944 in Lincoln, Center, Maine, 

42 M ii. George Lebaron EDWARDS was bora Feb 1948 in Lincohi, Center, Maine. 

43 M iii. Timothy Neville EDWARDS was bom 22 Dec 1 949 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

36. Ariel G EDWARDS (Margaret LIBBY, Sarah NELSON, Deborah Cutter) was bom 3 Mar 1923 in 
Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

Aiiel married Marie Joyce WHTTTEN. Marie was bom 1 1 Aug 1 928. 

They had the following children: 

44 F i. Margaret Ellen EDWARDS was bom 12 Jan 1 948 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

45 F ii. Ann Marie EDWARDS was bom 1 Jun 1949 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

46 M iii. AUan Gardner EDWARDS was bora 28 Oct 195 1 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

47 M iv. Dana Allison EDWARDS was bora 26 Apr 1953 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 



Fifth Generation 

38. Donald Lee WEATHERBEE (Beulah KNEELAND, Daisy Evelyn LIBBY, Sarah NELSON, 
Deborah Cutter) was bora 1 3 Feb 1932 in Lincoln, Center, Maine. 

Donald married Genevieve LIBBY on 1952. 

They had the following children: 

48 F i. Vickie Belinda WEATHERBEE was bora 1 953. 



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Figure 2 Sarah Nelson Libby 







Daughters of Jeremy and Deborah [Wheeler] Nelson 
They are twins and lived to be over eighty years old. 



Figure IMehitabel Nelson McKeon 



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Index 



Name 

ABBOTT, Almeda 

AMES, Mrs Ruth G 

CARR, Betty 

CLOUGH, Ethel Emma 

CLOUGH,HemyKelsey 

CLOUGH, Herbert Bradford 

CLOUGH, Myrtis Mae 

CLOUGH, Walter Hemy 

EDWARDS, Allan Gardiier(b.l951) 
EDWARDS, Ami Marie(b. 1 949) . 
EDWARDS, Ariel G(b.l923) . . . 

EDWARDS, Dana Allison(b. 1953) 
EDWARDS, George E(b.l916) .. 



ID Page 



Name 



ID Page 



3S 
9S 

37S 

33 

14S 

30 

32 

31 

46 

45 

36 

47 
35 



EDWARDS, 
EDWARDS, 
EDWARDS, 
EDWARDS, 
EDWARDS, 
EDWARDS, 
KNEELAND 



George LeBaron .... 29S 

George Lebaron(b. 1948) 42 

John S(b.l944) 41 

Margaret Ellen(b. 1 948) 44 

Mary Ellen(b. 1836) . . 3S 

Timothy NeviUe(b.l949) 43 

,Beulah(b.l907) 34 



KNEELAND, Samuel H 278 

KYLE, Charles 20S 

LIBBY,AmasaP US 

LIBBY, Daisy Evelyn(b. 1873) 27 



LIBBY, Genevieve .... 
LIBBY, Margaret(b.l882) 



LBBY, Martha(b.l876) 

LOVEJOY, Fred 

MCDONALD, Mildred 

MCKEEN, Ira 

NELSON, Aaron(b. 1837) 

NELSON, Carrie A(b. 1866) .... 
NELSON, Charles Herbert(b.l866) 

NELSON, Chester(b. 1843) 

NELSON, Cora Orinda(b. 1841) .. 



NELSON, Deborah(b.l846) 
NELSON, Emma B(b.l862) 
NELSON, Eunice(b. 1831) 



NELSON, Eva B(b. 1864) . 
NELSON, George(b. 1878) 
NELSON, Horatio(b. 1832) 



38S 
29 

28 

18S 
39S 
lOS 

6 
18 
19 

9 

8 

12 
16 

2 

17 

22 

3 



2 
1 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 



NELSON, Jeremy(b. 1801) IS 

NELSON, Jeremy(b. 1849) 13 

NELSON, Katie C(b. 1872) 20 

NELSON, Luther(b. 1839) 7 

NELSON, Mehitable(b. 1844) 10 

NELSON, Melinda(b.l835) 5 

NELSON, NeIIie(b. 1875) 21 

NELSON, Rose 23 

NELSON, Rosina(b. 1834) 4 

NELSON, Sarah(b.l844) U 

PERRY, Ellen M(b J 846) 9S 

RAMSDELL, Edgar 15 

RAMSDELL, Emmaline 14 

RAMSDELL, William Horatio .... 2S 

SHEPLEY, Jonathan 2S 

SOUTHWORTH, Marion Elizabeth 35S 

TROTT, Aaron 178 

TURNER, Ambrose 26 

TURNER, Cora A 25 

TURNER, Melzer Augustus 88 

TURNER, Willis 24 

WEATHERBEE, Donald Lee(b. 1932) 38 

WEATHERBEE, Richard S(b.l934) 39 

WEATHERBEE, Robert 34S 

WEATHERBEE, Robert J(b. 1930) . 37 

WEATHERBEE, Sarah M(b. 1942) . 40 

WEATHERBEE, Vickie B(b. 1953) . 48 

WHEELER, Deborah Cutter(b. 1808) 1 

WHEELOCK, Henry P(d. 1904) ... 4S 

WHITTEN, Marie Joyce(b. 1928) .. 36S 



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2 
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First Generation 

1 . Jacob WHEELER was bom 26 Sep 1 8 1 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 5 Oct 1 870 in 
Sherman, Grayson, Texas and was buried in Watkins Cemetery, Preston Bend, , Texas. He was sealed 
to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Jacob was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Vital Statistics of Greene, Maine 

Addie Kyle Guffin Family Records 

Fredd Sawyer Record 

Martha Jcmes Family Record 

Texas Bureau of Vital Statistics 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 Jul 1956 

Watkins Cemetery is near Preston Bend, Texas. That is where they made Lake Texoma. Many graves were 
moved but some could not be moved because of the trees. 

Jacob married Martha DRAKE, daughter of John DRAKE and Martha PACKARD, on 1 IJan 1834 
in Buckfield, Oxford, Maine. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Martha was bom 1 5 Nov 
1 814 in Buckfield, Oxford, Maine. She died 1 1 Jun 1897 m Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Martha was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Vital Statistics of Greene, Maine 

Addie Kyle Guffin Family Records 

Fredd Saw>'er Recwd 

Martha Jones Family Record 

Texas Bureau of Vital Statistics 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 Jul 1956 

Watkias Cemetery is near Preston Bend, Texas. That is where they made Lake Texoma. Many graves were 
moved but some could not be moved because of the trees. 

Jacob and Martha had the following children: 

+ 2 M i. Beniah Jacob WHEELER was bom 14 May 1 836 and died 1 9 Mar 1914. 

-I- 3F ii. MarthaAnnWHEELERwasboml7Febl838anddied21 Sep 1922. 

+ 4 F iii. Sarah Jane WHEELER was bom 1 Jan 1 840 and died 2 1 Oct 1 890. 

+ 5 F iv. Chariotte E WHEELER was bom 1 6 Jun 1 842 and died 3 Jun 1 894. 

+ 6M V. John Drake WHEELER was bom 27 Nov 1844 and died 23 Jun 1927. 

+ 7 F vi. Dianah Drake WHEELER was bom 26 May 1847 and died 28 Jul 1925. 

+ 8 F vii. Mary Lovina WHEELER was bom 30 Sep 1 85 1 and died Jul 1926. 

+ 9 F viii. Flora Delanor WHEELER was bom 1 2 Jan 1 857 and died 8 Jul 1 886. 

+ 1 F ix. Cora Etta WHEELER was bom 25 Jun 1 862 and died 1 927. 



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JACOB AND MARTHA DRAKE WHEELER 

Jacob Wheeler was bom 26 September 1810 at Greene, Androscoggin County, Maine. 
Martha Drake was bom in Buckfield, Oxford County, Maine on 1 5 November 1814. At the age 
of 20 she married Jacob Wheeler, and in 1844 they moved to Illinois, crossing half the continent 
in a wagon without springs, with five small children. After going on to the Mississippi River they 
returned in November to Paw Paw, Illinois, where she has resided since. 

In 1849 her husband was one of a company who journeyed on to the Pacific slope in 
search of gold fields, leaving her with her children to await the smiles or frowns of the Goddess 
Fortime. She did not prove as generous as one might have wished, and in 1850 he returned with 
only his new experience and a restlessness upon him that would never leave him content in the 
east. 

Four other children were bom in the years that followed and in 1863 he returned to the far 
southwest, destined never to see the wife of his youth again. The long, lonely years have been 
spent by her since, with her children in and around Paw Paw. Six of whom survive her: B. J. 
Wheeler; Mrs. Henry Potter of Paw Paw; Mrs. Dianah AJdrich of Mendota; Mrs. Mary Atherton 
of Zurich, Kansas; Mrs. Martha Jones of Neodesha, Kansas; and John Wheeler of Denison, Texas. 
Three daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Hart, Mrs. Flora Rumsey, and Mrs. Jane Cass are with the 
husband and father on the other shore. 

Mrs. Wheeler has been in poor health for a number of years and knew that her strength 
was gradually leaving her, but she has not suffered greatly, only saying at times that she was so 
tired. She passed away Friday, 1 1 Jime 1897. The fimeral was held at the home of her daughter, 
Mrs. Henry Potter. Reverend Dolliver conducted the service. She was buried at the Frantz 
Grove Cemetery. 

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Second Generation 

2. Beniah Jacob WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 14 May 1836 in Elliottsville, Piscataquis, Maine. He 
died 19 Mar 1914 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Beniah was baptized 14 Jun 1 946. He 
was endowed 19 Nov 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Beniah Jacob is buried at Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Family Records of Addie Kyle Guffin 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Beniah married Clarissa Brown SWARTHOUT, daughter of Elijah SWARTHOUT and Elizabeth 
BROWN, on 1 Jan 1873 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Clarissa 
was bom 3 1 Aug 1 85 1 in Falls, near Pittstown, , Pennsylvania. She died 9 Jan 1 932 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Clarissa was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 
29 Apr 2000. 

Clarissa Brown Swarthout is buried at Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Family Records of Addie Kyle GufBn 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Dcs Moines, Iowa 

Beniah and Clarissa had the following children: 

IIP i. Addie Kyle WHEELER was bom 22 Mar 1 874 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 

28 Dec 1961 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 
Apr 2000. Addie was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 

29 Apr 2000. 

Addie Kyle Wheeler and Edward F. Guffin had NO CHILDREN 
Family Records of Addie Kyle Wheeler Guffin 
History Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 
Margie E Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Addie Kyle Wheeler and Edward F. Guffin had NO CHILDREN 

Addie married Edward F GUFFIN, son of Washington Irving GUFFIN and Laura 
FISK, on 1 Jan 1 896 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 
2000. 

1 2 M ii. Dorrence WHEELER was bom 30 Oct 1 875 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died 30 
Jan 1 876. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Because he died as a 
child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

iii. Frank I WHEELER was bom 9 Jul 1 877 and died 1 Feb 1 946. 

iv. Emily Jeanette WHEELER was bom 30 May 1 886. 

V. Robert Waldo WHEELER was bom 9 Feb 1 895. 

Martha Ann WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 17 Feb 1838 in Mattawamkeag, Penobscot, Maine. She 
died 21 Sep 1922 in Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas and was buried in Yates Center Cemetery, Yates 
Center, Woodson, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000, Martha was 
baptized 29 May 1946. She was endowed 27 Jun 1946. 

Margie E Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
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1 

AGED PIONEER PASSES AWAY 
BENIAH JACOB WHEELER 

Beniah J. Wheeler was bom at Elliottsville, Maine, May 14, 1836. He was the son of 
Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, who in 1 846 with their children came by wagon across the 
continent in a company of settlers and located first at Nauvoo, Illinois, but soon left there and 
came to Lee County. In 1 848 Jacob Wheeler purchased a tract of land owned by George Town, 
just south of what is now the Village of Paw Paw, and a part of which now forms the south part 
of the \dllage. 

The young son, B. J. Wheeler attended what was then the South Side High School, where 
he laid the foundation in his mind and make up of a success&l career. In 1849 the father went 
west with the great exodus of people in search of gold. The son remained, but in 1 856 he went to 
Minnesota where he engaged in business of various kinds, doing whatever he found to do for a 
livelihood. Returning to the former hon^ in 1859, he at once left for CaHfoniia to seek, like 
others, a fortune in gold mining. He settled in Plumas County, California and for three years 
mined there. The country was new and the fecilities for mining were very limited which meant 
exceedii^ly hard labor for the seekers of wealth. Mr. Wheeler then began freighting supplies for 
miners, which occupation necessitated the making of long perilous and wearison^ trips across the 
mountains, rivers, plains, and forests, forty miles of the long journey were across the barren 
desert. 

In that early day he crossed the Isthmus of Panama, and it has smcQ been his ardent desire 
to cross the Isthmus tteough the Great Canal, but that desire could not be realized on account of 
his failing health. After four years of labor in the far west he returned to tHs vicinity, and the old 
ferm which his fether had purchased, having gone out of his hands, B. J. Wheeler repurchased it 
and kept it as a homestead. Here he engaged in various occupations and enterprises, one of which 
was carrying the mail, a trip of many miles, with very limited conveniences, and performed with 
many hardships. 

In 1873, on January V\ he married Miss Clarissa Brown Swarthout, who became his 
worthy helpmate and partner, the sharer of his joys and sorrows, his successes and bsses in those 
trying days of the 1 870's. In the year 1 879 he took his little family for a visit to the old scene of 
his labors in California. There was a fescination and a lure about the mining industry that drew 
Mr. Wheeler that way, so again in 1 884 he took his femily to the old scenes and engaged again in 
mining in Plumas County, California, His work was successftil and he returned to Illinois with a 
feir reward for his labors. About the year 1886 he, with Mr. Teal Swarthout took charge of the 
Union Bank of this village under the name of B.J. Wheeler and Co. With this he was connected 
until 1901 when it was reorganized as a State Bank and Mr. Wheeler was elected president, which 
positwn he held until death closed his long career as student, laborer, miner, salesman, 
manufacturer and banker. 

Mr. Wheeler made money because he was persistent in his ambitions to get along in the 
world. But he made his money as he said, not for the sake of having much to hide and hoard and 
boast of having, but for use. He believed as Robert Bums expressed it concerning the 



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accumulation of money - 

**Not for to hide it in the hedge; 
Not for a train attendant; 
But for the glorious privilege 
Of being independent." 

Money acquired value to Mr. Wheeler by being put to use. He was not extravagant nor 
was he penurious. He used his means to make life pleasurable and comfortable for his family and 
himself. But not for luxurious extravagance ... A wise economist but a generous man- 
Mr. Wheeler was always strong, hale and hearty until a few years ago when an accident 
with a big automobile so injured him that it impaired his health and since that time he was never 
strong again. 

B.J. Wheeler was an ardent and Mhfiil member of the I.O.O.F. since 1868 when he was 
initiated into the Order at East Paw Paw. He was a charter member of Anchor Lodge No. 510, 
I.O.O.F. of Paw Paw, transferring his membership here at the organization of Anchor Lodge of 
this village. 

In 1886 he joined Paw Paw Camp No. 170 M.W.A. and was a loyal and feithful brother in 
each of these orders. 

All the children bom to Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wheeler except one that died in infency, 
survive him. 

After days and nights of feithful watching, loving ministrations and tenderest care the 
femUy was summoned to his bedside n tlK early morning of March 19, at 12:30, when the 
lingering mortal life of this dear man at last left its earthly habitation for a home, we trust, even 
fairer and lovelier than this. 

Thus passed to his reward a man of a remarkable career who had crossed this entire 
continent in a wagon in an early day: who was one of the very few remaining early settlers, who 
made good because of the rugged fiber of his jframe, the iron determination of his will and because 
he gave the best that was in him to his work: and because his life was so entwined in the lives of 
his many friends he shall bng be held in fond remembrance. 

He leaves to cherish his loving memory his wife, Mrs. B. J. Wheeler, two daughters, Mrs. 
Addie GufiSn, Mrs, E. Jeanette Fleming and two sons Frank L, and Robert W. of Paw Paw. Also 
one brother John D. of Denison, Texas; and four sisters: Mrs. Martha Jones of Yates Center 
Kansas; Mrs. Dianah Aldrich, of Mendota, Illinois; Mrs. Mary Atherton of Zurich, Kansas; and 
Mrs. Cora Potter of Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

The funeral was held at the late home, Sunday morning at 10:30. Reverend O.T. Canfield 
officiating and interment was in Wyoming Cemetery. 



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Taken from the newspaper, "Lee County Times", Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois, March 
26, 1914; Ed. M. GufiSn, Publisher 




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BENIAH JACOB WHEELER 

Beniah Jacob Wheeler, proprietor of the Oak Grove Creamery and Cheese Factory, Paw 
Paw Grove, Illinois, was bom at Elliottsville, Piscataquis County, Maine, on May 14, 1836. His 
parents, Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, had their home three miles from the nearest school 
house, and bears being numerous in that region, young Wheeler was prevented from receiving 
early instruction in the schools. 

About 1 846 the family came west and settled at Nauvoo, in this state, but a few years later 
removed to Paw Paw Grove where the subject of this notice attended the South Side High School 
one year. His father in 1851 purchased from John Pelcher, 100 acres of land, the same on which 
his creamery is now situated. This finally passed from his father's ownership, and changed hands 
several times, until it was at last bought by Mr. B. J. Wheeler. In 1856 our subject went to 
Minnesota, and was engaged three years in farming, peddling, and other pursuits. 

In 1859, having returned to Illinois, he set out for Cahfomia, and engaged in mining in 
Plumas County, California. After three years steady employment at this business, he went to 
freighting supplies from Marysville to Humboldt Valley, a distance of 300 miles, forty being 
across a desert. Prices charged for everything seem incredible. Potatoes sold at the mines for 
$15.00 per bushel, and Mr. Wheeler received $8.40 for the hauling. For hay for his team over 
night he paid at one time $90.00. The transporting of one load brought him $1,800.00. 

Once just before reaching the end of his route, an axle broke and he had to go forward to 
get it repaired. Thisoccupiedhalfanhour and cost $20.00. When he returned, he got three 
Indians to help him change the load, in which were fifteen pounds offish-hooks, and $1,800.00 in 
county scrip in a small yeast can. After resuming his way, he missed his hooks and scrip, and 
returning to the River where about 100 Indians were encamped, was not able to persuade them to 
give up the plunder. He subsequently obtained a re-issue of the scrip. 

He remained in California four years, and on his return purchased the farm on which he is 
still living. Here he engaged in farming, trading, shipping stock, and making brick. 

On January 1, 1873, he was married to Clarissa Brown Swarthout, daughter of Ehjah and 
Elizabeth Swarthout of Paw Paw. 

In 1874, he bought a grist mill at the Grove, and in 1877 traded it to Frank Nickey for the 
store now owned by George Lindsey, and the stock of hardware which it contained. The later he 
sold to H. N. Wilson in July 1879. 

The same year he took a trip with his family through Idaho, Utah, and California, 
consuming four months in this journey. A drive of 300 miles behind a mule team was included in 
their experience. If it was tedious, it did not fail of being ludicrous. Mrs. Wheeler says the mules 
were exasperatingly slow, unless the driver was drunk. She was the only lady passenger among 



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Edward F. and Addie Kyle Wheeler 
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FRANK WHEELER ANSWERS CALL 

Frank Wheeler was bom on the Wheeler fenn which bordered the southern edge of Paw 
Paw, on July 9, 1 877. He was the eldest son of the B. J. Wheelers. He died in the Mendota 
Hospital as the result of a severe stroke on February 1, 1946. 

Mr. Wheeler attended the Paw Paw schools as a boy, and later matriculated at the Dixon 
Business College. Following his graduation at that institution he worked for a time with his uncle, 
the late James H. Thon5)son, in the oflBce of the County Clerk at Dixon. 

Ahnost fifty years ago, Mr. Wheeler returned to Paw Paw to become associated with his 
fether and uncle as cashier of the local bank, a position which he had heki since that time. 

On October 25, 1905, Frank Wheeler and Bertha M. Breese were united in marriage. 
Three chikiren were bom to this union, two of whom, a son and a daughter, died in infancy. The 
third child, Bmce J. Wheeler spent his youth and early business career in Paw Paw, following 
which he joined the Army. He had returned from overseas service only a few days before his 
father's death. 

Mr. Wheeler was an active member and deacon of the Presbyterian church for 30 years. 
For the past seven years he had been an elder of the church. 

In addition to bis church activities, Mr. Wheeler was a member and one time master of 
Corinthian Lodge 205, A.F. & A.M. He was also a member of Foster Ch^ter of the O.E.S., and 
in the earlier days of the Community Club. 

Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church, with Mr. Robert Geller, Student- 
Pastor, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nangle furnished the music for the short but beautiful 
service. Pallbearers were M. M. Fell, Ben Wetzel, Dr. S. R. Dickie, H. M. Beeraer, Charles 
Firkins, and John French, all of whom are members of the Masonic Order. 

Mr. Wheeler is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Wheeler; his son, Bmce; his daughter-in- 
law, Verdell; his granddaughter, Jacqueline; two sisters, Mrs. Addie Guffin and Mrs. Jeanette 
Fleming; one brother, Mr. Robert Wheeler, and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Out of town friends and relatives attending the funeral were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Wheeler; Mrs. Marilyn Wheeler Castle; and Mrs. Nellie Adrian of Downers Grove; Mr. 
Donald Swarthout, of Lawrence, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Thon:q)son and Mrs. Rudolph 
Spratler of Dbcon; Harry Warner of Hopkins, Minnesota; Mrs. Grace John, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Chester Mylan, of Sterling; Dallas John, of Chicago; Mrs. Maude Hamel, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Hossutt of LaSalle; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graper, of Troy Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 
Smith, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Fell, of Steward; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wetzel, of Sterling; 
and Mr. Clarence A. Boyle, of Rochelle. 



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Few residents of Paw Paw have been more widely known and loved tiian Frank Wheeler. 
Several generations of children have grown to know and look forward to seeing "Frank'* as an 
integral part of the Main Street. Youth projects could always count upon his enthusiastic support. 
In the same manner, older people came to seek and rely upon his advice in the bank. 

The B. J. Wheeler family of which Frank was the eldest son, has always been a particularly 
close-knit family. The two daughters, Mrs. Gufiin and Mrs. Fleming, have always lived in Paw 
Paw, and the other son, Robert, has lived in Downers Grove since leaving Paw Paw. The 
tradition of family gatherings and the family bond have thus remained doubly strong. 

The strength of every small town is built through the lives of men like Frank Wheeler. 
The passing of such a man invariably leaves a gap which cannot be filled. His heritage to the 
community v^ be a memory of those qualities which make the small town the heart of America. 



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EXCERPTS FROM A LETTER FROM 

FRANK WHEELER TO PHEBE ROBINSON 

OCTOBER 21, 1934 



"My Mother when living kept in touch with relatives and had a great memory, but 
unfortunately we did not keep a record as we should. When my Aunt Martha, fether's sister, 
came to Paw Paw for his funeral she told us the whole history of her femily and wrote it down for 
me but I am unable to find it now. My Grandfather, Jacob Wheeler, was a forty niner and that 
trip seemed to give him what people call the foot itch as after that he was never home very long at 
a time and died at Sherman, Texas, which at tliat time was the home of his son John. I never saw 
my Grandfether Wheeler. 



I have heard my fether speak many times of Simon, Levi, and Joseph Wheeler and fether 
told me that my Great-Grandmother Wheeler was buried at Harding Cemetery, near here, but I 
have searched many times and can J5nd no trace of the grave. Evidently there was no marker and 
the records of the cemetery are very incomplete. 



"At the time my parents made the trip west in 1879 1 was only two years old, but I believe 
I remember my father telling of a camping trip they made with Calvin Wheeler and one of the 
mules strayed away. My father heW up one end of the neck yoke while the mule that was left 
puUed the wagon on to the next stopping place. They afterwards recovered the mule." 






Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Jun 1956 

Martha married Lorenzo JONES on 19 Sep 1858 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Lorenzo was bom 8 Jun 1833 in Parkman, Geauga, Ohio. He died 26 Apr 
1 91 7 in Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas and was buried in Yates Center Cemetery, Yates Center, 
Woodson, Kansas. Lorenzo was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 
2000. 

They had the following children: 

1 6 F i. Myrtis Martha JONES was bom 5 Sep 1 859 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 30 

Aug 1917 in Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas and was buried in Yates Center 
Cemetery, Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 
29 Apr 2000. Myrtis was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Myrtis Martha Jones and L. G. McFarland had NO CHILDREN 

James D. Tincknell, from the Records of Martha Jones Family 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Jun 1956 

Myrtis married L G MCFARLAND. 

L. G. McFarland was of Eldorado, Kansas 

17 M ii. John Charles JONES was bora 25 Mar 1 864 m Shobe's Grove, Franklin, Iowa. He 

died 7 Dec 1 865. He was sealed to his parents submitt^ 29 Apr 2000. Because he 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not nec^saiy. 

1 8 M iii. George Ernest JONES was bom 28 Mar 1 866 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died 26 

Jul 1935. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. George was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

George Ernest Jones was not married 

1 9 M iv. Arthur Lorenzo JONES was bom 21 Aug 1 868 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died 

26 Aug 1906 in CofFeyville, , Kansas and was buried m Yates Center Cemetery, 
Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Arthur was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000, He was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

Arthur Lorenzo Jones and Cora M, Skidmore Jones had NO CHILDREN 

Family records of Martha Wheeler Jones 

Family records of Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Jun 

1956 

Arthur married Cora M SKIDMORE on 1 Jan 1 895. 

20 F V. Iva Myrtle JONES was bom 1 1 Apr 1 882 and died 9 Mar 1 945. 

4. Sarah Jane WHEl^LER (Jacob) was bom 1 Jan 1840 in EUiottsville, Piscataquis, Maine. She died 
21 Oct 1890 in Frankfort, Marshall, Kansas and was buried in Frankfort, Marshall, Kansas. She was 
sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Sarah was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Martha Ann Jones 

Letter from Kansas Census Department 

Letter from Martha Soovcls dau^ter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

All of Sarah Jane Wheeler and Aaron Jacob Cass' children but Martha, Ida and Dike are listed on the 1870 U. S. 



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MARTHA WHEELER JONES' FAMH^Y RECORD 

Jacob Wheeler, son of Simon and Sarah Stevens Wheeler was bom September 26, 1810 at 
Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. Went from there at the age of 21 to Penobscot County where at 
the age of 24 he married Miss Martha Drake on January 1 1,1 834. 

Miss Martha Drake, his wife, was the third daughter of John and Martha Packard Drake of 
Buckfield, Oxford, Maine. Miss Martha Drake was bom November 15, 1814 at Buckfield, 
Oxford, Maine. Two children were bom at the Mattawamkeg Point; Beniah Jacob and Martha 
Ann. They then moved to Charlston, Maine. There on January 1, 1840 Sarah Jane was bom. 
They went from there to Molunkus, Penobscot, Mmne, 75 miles above Bangor; there Charlotte 
Wheeler was bom June 16, 1842, and John Drake Wheeler, bom November 27, 1844. 

Then they moved with their family of five children to Illinois. Settled at Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois DecembCT 1, 1846, he being 36 and she 32 years of age, Dianah Drake was bom May 26, 
1847. He made two trips to California; the first April 1, 1849, returning December 1, 1850. 

Mary L. Wheeler was bom September 30, 1851. The second trip to California in the 
spring of 1852; returning to Paw Paw, Illinois, January 1854. Two other children were bom to 
them, Cora Etta bora June 25, 1852 and Flora Delanor, January 11, 1857. 

He was of a roving disposition, seemed ever on the move, and in the spring of 1864, made 
a trip to Kansas, and in 1 870 went to Texas with his youngest son. Settled in Grayson County 
near Denison, where he died on the Red River, October 27, 1870, being 60 years 23 days of age. 

He was the fether of 9 children, 2 boys and 7 girls, all out-living him. Mrs. Martha Drake 
Wheeler, his wife, died June 12, 1 897 at 20 minutes to 2 in the morning at Paw Paw, and was 
buried in the Wyoming Cemetery at Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

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Beniah Jacob Wheeler, oldest son of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom May 14, 
1836, at Mattawamkeg Point, Penobscot County, Maine. Came to Illinois with his parents in 
1 846, settled at Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois where he grew to manhood. Made a trip to 
CaUfomia in 1859, returning the fall of 1864 and on January 1, 1871 was married to Miss Clarissa 
Swarthout. Four children were bom to them: Addie Kyle, Dorrence (a little boy that died in 
infency), Frank and Emily Jeanette and Robert. Robert enlisted in the Work! War and went to 
France in 1917. Came home and was married January 1, 1921 . 

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Martha Ann Wheeler, oldest daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom 
February 17, 1838 at Mattawamkeg Point, Penobscot County, Maine. Came to Illinois in 1846 
with her parents and settled at Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois, where she grew to womanhood. 
Was married September 19, 1 858 to Lorenzo Jones of the same place. They moved to Iowa in 
the fall of 1 86 1 and settled at Shobes Grove, Franklin County, and in tte fell of 1 864 they 
retumed to Paw Paw, where they lived until March 1870. They moved to Kansas, settled at Salt 



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Creek, 5 miles south east of Neodesha, where they lived till the spring of 1900. They then carae 
to Woodson County and settled 2 Yz miles northwest of Yates Center, Kansas on a ferm. In 
March 1909 they sold the farm and moved to Yates Center. 

Five cMklren were bom to them: Myrtis Martha, bom September 5, 1 859 near Paw Paw, 
Lee County, Illinois; died August 30, at 20 minutes to 12 noon in St. Francis Hospital; John 
Charles, bom at Shobes Grove, Franklin County, Iowa, March 25, 1864 and died December 7, 

1865 at South Willow Township, 3 miles northwest of Paw Paw. George Ernest, bom March 28, 

1866 at South Willow Township, 3 miles northwest of Paw Paw; Arthur Lorenzo, bom August 
21, 1868 at South Willow Township, 3 miles northwest of Paw Paw. Iva Myrtle, bom April 1 1, 
1882 at Salt Creek, 5 miles southeast of Neodesha in Kansas. 

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Sarah Jane Wheeler, second daughter of Jacob and Martha E>rake Wheeler, was bora at 
Charlston, Maine, on January 1, 1840. She moved at the age of 6 with her parents to Paw Paw, 
Lee County, Illinois, where she grew to womanhood and at the age of 16 was married to Aaron 
Jacob Cass on August 1 5, 1 856. She moved with her famfy April, 1 870 to Nebraska, and in the 
fell of the same year came to Montgomery County, Kansas, where che spent most of her 
remaining years. She died at Frankford, Kansas on October 21,1 890 at 6 o'clock p.m. She was 
the mother of 9 children, all of \N^ch outlived her. They were: Sarah Mariah, Aaron Jacob, 
Edwin Beniah, John M., Matilda, Emma, Martha, Ida and Dyke. 

Charlotte E. Wheeler, third daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom June 
16, 1 842 at Mohinkus, Maine. She moved with ter parents at the age of 4 to Paw Paw, Lee 
County, Illinois, where she grew to womanhood. At the age of 18 she was married to William 
NkhoUs, from whom she parted. Was married in 1867 to DeWitte Hart. She was the mother of 
two children: Alta May, who ^Qd with consumption at PlainviUe, Rooks County, Kansas on June 
26, 1889. John Jay Hart, who also died of consun^tion at PlainviUe, Kansas on January 9, 1892. 
She also died with consimiption on June 3, 1894 at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. B. Aldrich, at 
Mendota, Illinois. Mr. Hart died August 4,1875, leaving her to care for her children alone. 

John Drake Wheeler, second son of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom at 
Molunkus, Penobscot County, Maine, on November 27, 1844. He came to Illinois with his 
parents at the age of 2 years. He grew to manhood at Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois. At the age 
of 20 went to Kansas and from there to Texas and settled in Denison, Grayson County, Texas. 
He married Miss Martha Blythe in 1 874. He died June 23, 1927 at Denison, Grayson County, 
Texas. He is the fether of 8 children-3 girls and 5 boys. They are: William, Myrtie, John, 
Beniah, Joseph, May, Mary and Mike. 

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Dianah Drake Wheeler, fourth daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom at 
Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois on May 26, 1847. She grew to womanhood and at the age of 19 
was married to H. B. Aldrich of Pecan Grove, near Mendota in August, 1865. Four children were 
bom to them: Edna Laura, Frank Lorenzo, Lucia, and Edna-now Mrs, Martin Bacon. Lucia, 
now Mrs. Joseph B. Bartlett. Mr. Frank Lorenzo Aldrich married Miss Minerva Blanchard. 



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Hemy B. Aldrich died in 1893. 

Mary Lovina Wheeler, fifth daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom at 
Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois on September 30, 1 85 1 . On December 18, 1870 she was married 
to Jan^s Atherton of LaCkir. They moved to Rooks County, Kansas, and settled on a fenn near 
Zurich, and later moved to Zurich. She was the mother of9children-2 dying in infency. They 
are: Mattie, George, Ora, Flora, Harry, Robert, Walter, Lena and Willie, 

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Flora Delanor, sixth daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom at Paw Paw, 
Lee County, Illinois on January 7, 1857. She was married to Frank Rumsey. Four children were 
bom to her. They were: Myron Ray, Alexander Roy, Addie Louise, and Flora May. She died 
July 8, 1886 at Paw Paw, where she had always lived, leaving her little ones to battle this world 
without a mother. 

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Cora Etta Wheeler, seventh daughter of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, was bom June 
25, 1 862 at Paw Paw, Lee County, Illinois. She was married to Henry Potter in July, 1880. She 
was the mother of 2 chiklren. They were: Lawrence Wheeler, and Minda Pearl. Her husband 
died July 31, 1901. 



Iva's family: 

First boy: Virgil E. Tincknell, bom January 17, 1904 near Cherryvale, Kansas 
Second boy: Allen J. Tincknell, bora February 9, 1910 near Cherryvale, Kansas 
Third boy: Cecil Chester Tincknell, bom October 8, 1914 near Cherryvale, Kansas 
Fourth boy: Denver Eugene was bom December 16, 1919 
Fifth boy: Howard Lee Tincknell, bom October 6, 1922 at Cherryvale, Kansas 

Iva married to James D. Tincknell on April 15, 1903 at home near Yates Center, Kansas. 



Myrtis was operated on July 24, 1917 at Wichita, Kansas at the St. Francis Hospital. She died 
August 30, 1 91 7 at 20 minutes to 12 noon in Room 249. She was buried in Yates Center 
Cemetery. Arthur Lorenzo Jones died or was killed by a car in the Iron Moimtain Railroad Yard 
on August 29, 1906 in CoflfeyviUe, Kansas. He was buried in Yates Center Cemetery. Lorenzo 
Jones died April 26, 1917 at his home in Yates Center, Kansas and was buried in Yates Center 
Cemetery. 



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LORENZO JONES 

Lorenzo Jones was bora June 8, 1833 near Parkman, Ohio; died at Yates Center, Kansas 
April 26, 1917 at age 83. 

He came to Paw Paw, Illinois at the age of 20 years, where he worked at carpenter work 
until 1857, when he quit and went to farming. 

On September 19, 1858, he married Martha A. Wheeler of Paw Paw, by Elder Warriner, 
of the Baptist Church. 

He was the fether of five children. Three are still living, and were with him at the time of 
his death. The living are - Mrs. L. G. McFarland of Eldorado, Kansas; George E. Jones of Byers, 
Cotorado; and Mrs. J. D, Tincknell of Cherryvale, Kansas. Those vdio have passed on are John 
Charles, who died December 5, 1865, and Arthur L. who died August 26, 1906. 

On September 1, 1861 he moved to Iowa where he remained for three years, returning to 
Paw Paw, September, 1864, and in March, 1870, came to Kansas and settled on a ferm in 
Montgomery Coimty, 5 V2 miles southeast of Neodesha, living there until March 1, 1900 when he 
came to Woodson County and located on a smaU ferm northwest of Yates Center, Kansas. 
Owing to poor health he sold the ferm and came to town, February 27, 1909. 

He had always been a hardworking man, doing all that h& could toward the comfort of his 
femily and was a kind husband and &ther. 

He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, three children, three brothers and four sisters, and 
many fiiends. The fimeral was held at the femily home Saturday. He died 26 April 1917. Burial 
was at Yates Center Cemetery. 



MARTHA WHEELER JONES 

Martha Ann Wheeler was bom at Mattawamkeag Point, Penobscot County, Maine, 
February 17, 1838 and died September 21, 1922. She was the oldest daughter of Jacob and 
Martha Drake Wheeler. She came with her parents to Illinois, December 1, 1846, locating at Paw 
Paw City. 

She was married to Lorenzo Jones, September 19, 1858 in Paw Paw City. To this union 
were bom five children. The living chiMren are George Jones of this city, and Mrs. Iva Tincknell, 
of Cherryvale, Kansas. In early life she was united with the Methodist church and continued to 
live a consistent Christian life. 

Besides her chiWren, she leaves to moum her loss, three sisters and one brother - Mrs. 



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Dianah Aldrich of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Mrs. Mary Atherton of Zurich, Kansas; Mrs. Cora Potter of 
Kalai-nazoo, Michigan; and John D. Wheeler of Denison, Texas. 

Her Great-Great Grandmother came to America in the Mayflower. Mrs, Jones was loved 
and respected by all who knew her. 

Funeral services in her memory were held at the family home last Saturday morning at 1 
o'clock, conducted by the Reverend C. R. LaweUin, pastor of the Methodist Church- Burial was 
in the Yates Center Cemetery beside her husband and daughter. 




Figure 1 



Martha Wheeler Jones 



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Census report in Kansas. Others are given in a letter from Martha Ann Scovel's dau^ter 

Sarah married Aaron Jacob CASS on 18 Aug 1856 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Aaron was bom 1 835 in , , New York. Aaron was baptized submitted 29 Apr 
2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

21 F i. Sarah Maria CASS was bom 15 Aug 1858 and died 13 Jan 1924. 

22 M ii. Aaron D CASS was bom 1 859 in , Lee, Illinois. He was sealed to his parents 

submitted 29 Apr 2000. Aaron was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

23 M lii. Edwin Beniah CASS was bom 1861 in , Lee, Illinois. He was sealed to his parents 

submitted 29 Apr 2000. Edwin was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

24 M iv. John M CASS was bora 1 863 in , Lee, Illinois. He was sealed to his parents 

submitted 29 Apr 2000. John was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

25 F V. Matilda CASS was bom 1 866 in , Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents 

submitted 29 Apr 2000. Matilda was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000, 

26 F vi. £mma CASS was bom 1 873 in , , Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 

29 Apr 2000. Emma was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

27 F vii. Martha Ann CASS was bora in , , Kansas. 

Martha married SCOVEL. 

28 F viii. Ida CASS was bom in , , Kansas. 

29 M ix. Dyke CASS. 

5. Charlotte E WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 16 Jun 1842 in Molunkus, Aroostock, Maine. She died 3 
Jun 1894 in Mendota, , Illinois and was buried in Frantz Grove Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She 
was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Charlotte was baptized 29 May 1946. She was 
endowed 27 Jun 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Charlotte married (1) William D NidioUs and (2) DeWittc Hart 

Both of Charlotte and DeWitte's children died at Plainsville, Kansas of Tuberculosis 

Tombstone record of Paw Paw, Lee, Dlinois 

Martha Jones Family Records 

History compiled by Ada Miller of Des Moines, Iowa - 1 Jul 1958 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Addie GuflRn letters 

Lawrence Potter letters 

Martha Jones femily record 

Tombstone record at Paw Paw, Illinois 

Marriages in Lee County, Illinois 

Charlotte and William D. Nichols were divorced and they had NO CHILDREN 

Charlotte married (1) William D NICHOLLS on 12 Aug 1860 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illmois. They were 
sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Charlotte also married (2) DeWltte HART on 1 867 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed 



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submitted 29 Apr 2000. DeWitte died 4 Aug 1875 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw 
Paw, Lee, Illinois, DeWitte was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 
2000. 

They had the following children: 

30 F i. Alta May HART was bom 7 Mar 1 868 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 26 Jun 

1889 in Plainville, Rooks, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Alta was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000, She was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

Alia May Hart died of Tuberculosis at Plainsville, Kansas 

3 1 M ii. John Jay HART was bom 9 Aug 1 872 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois, He died 9 Jan 

1 892 in Plainsville, , Kansas, He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000, 
John was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submittal 29 Apr 2000. 

John Jay Hart died of Tuberculosis at Plainsville, Kansas 

6. John Drake WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 27 Nov 1 844 in Molunkus, Arrostock, Maine, He died 23 
Jun 1927 in Denison, Grayson, Texas and was buried 24 Jun 1927 in Lankford Cemetery, Dennison, 
Grayson, Texas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. John was baptized 29 May 
1946. He was endowed 25 Jun 1946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

County Clerk Records of Grayson County, Texas 

History compiled by Ada Miller of Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Vital Statistics of Texas for Death Records of parents 

Flora Edna Alherton Ouderkirk 

John married Martha E BLYTHE on 1 870 in , Grayson, Texas. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Martha was bom 1 5 Aug 1 850 in , Madison, Tennessee. She died 16 Aug 1934 in Dennison, 
Grayson, Texas and was buried 17 Aug 1934 in Lankford Cemetery, Dennison, Grayson, Texas. 
Martha was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 32 M i. WUIiam Willard WHEELER was bom 1 8 Oct 1 870 and died 1 9 1 7. 

+ 33 F ii. Myrtis Anice WHEELER was bom 4 Sep 1 873. 

34 M iii. John Samuel WHEELER was bom 1 880 in Dennison, Grayson, Texas. He died 
1 930 in Wapanucka, Bryant, Oklahoma. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 
Apr 2000. John was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

Letter from John M. Wheeler to Ada Wheeler Miller - 30 Mar 1959 

Letter from Beniah J. Wheeler with Family Group Sheet 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -6 Jul 1959 

John Samuel Wheeler and Daisy Wyatt had NO CHILDREN 
John married Daisy WYATT. 
+ 35 M iv. Beniah Jacob WHEELER was bom 12 Sep 1 882 and died 1 Nov 1964. 
+ 36 M V. Joseph WHEELER was bom 5 May 1 887 and died 3 Jan 1 944. 
37 F vi. Lillie May WHEELER was bom in , Grayson, Texas. 
Liilie was known as May and was single 



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Figure 1 John Drake Wheeler 



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DIANAH DRAKE WHEELER ALDRICH 

Dianah Drake Wheeler was the sixth child of Jacob and Martha Drake Wheeler, bom at 
Paw Paw, Illinois, on May 26, 1847. There she grew to womanhood and was married to Henry 
Aldrich on August 31, 1864, at Mendota, Illinois, They resided on a ferm northeast of Mendota 
for many years. Mr. Aldrich passed away more than thirty years ago. Three children were bom 
to this union who have been blessed by having such a devoted and worthy nxjther, as the one who 
was laid to rest was in every respect. The chiWren are: Mrs. Martin Bacon of Ponca City, 
Oklahoma; Mrs. J. B. Bartlett of Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Mr. Frank Aldrich, of Huntley, Illinois. 

Besides rearing her own children, Mrs. Aldrich mothered two little girls and a boy left at 
the death of her sister. One being Addie R. Eckert, wife of Claude Eckert, who passed away a 
little more than a year ago. The other little girl passed away in early girlhood. The boy, Ray 
Rumsey, lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Mrs. Aldrich came from a long lii^ of sturdy pioneers, dating back to the Revolutionary 
War. She was a member of the Betsy Ross Chapter of the Woman's Relief Corps, She was a 
lifek)ng Spiritualist and a member of the First Spiritualist Church at Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was an 
ever ready helper in thnes of need and trouble aasd numbered her friends by the score in her earlier 
days and at the ferm home northeast of Mendota. After the death of her husband and fether, Mrs. 
Aldrich removed to Mendota, Here she was counted upon as one of the talented and refined 
ladies and continued her work of spreading sunshine and cheer among her beloved friends. Some 
years ago she decided to make her home with her daughters, Edna, Lucia and Addie, who resided 
in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

While here she was an ardent worker in the Woman's Relief Corps and all will recall the 
n^mories of her having been with them on many occasions when her presence was felt on account 
of her cheering disposition and assistance. Few women there are who possessed the talents that 
Mrs, Aldrich had and many there were who cherish tl^ memory of having known and associated 
vfjth this good woman. Rich or poor made no difference with her and she was a friend of 
everybody. 

For the past two years Mrs. AMrich has been in failing health, but has been confined to her 
bed only since June 9. She passed away July 28, 1925, at the home of her daughter in Ponca City, 
Oklahoma. 

Besides her children there are left to mourn her loss, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Atherton of 
Zurich, Kansas; Mrs. Cora Potter, of Kalamazoo, Michigan; and one brother, Mr. John Wheeler 
of Denison, Texas. There are 13 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren, and many nieces and 
nephews and a host of friends. 

The fimeral services were held at Ponca City, on Wednesday afternoon, July 29, 
conducted by Rev. Alice M Adams, State President of the Oklahoma Spiritualist Association and 



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were attended by many friends and relatives in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. One 
sister, Mary Atherton, one brother, John Wheeler, Eugene Aldrich, and a niece Lucia Aldrich, 
Mrs. Mattie Atherton Gish, of Walla Walla, Washington; Oro Atherton, of Alva, Oklahoma; and 
Joe Wheeler of Denison, Texas, attended the funeral. The body was accompanied to Mendota, by 
her two daughters, Edna and Lucia, and three grandchildren, Dianah Baumgardner, Lucia Aldrich, 
and Flora Eckert. 

The remains were taken to the undertaking parlors of F. R. Bailey where funeral services 
were held at 2:30 p.m. on Friday afternoon, by the Rev. Willis Townsend, pastor of the 
Presbyterian church, attended by the members of the Woman's Relief Corps. The remains were 
laid to rest at Restland Cemetery, at Mendota, Illinois. 




Figure 1 Dianah Wheeler Aldrich 



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+ 38 F vii. Mary Ellen WHEELER. 

+ 39 M viii. Michael WHEELER died 27 Aug 1 954. 

7. Dianah Drake WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 26 May 1847 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 28 
Jul 1 925 in Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma and was buried in Restland Cemetery, Mendota, LaSalle, 
Illinois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Dianah was baptized 13 Jun 1947. She 
was endowed 16 Apr 1948 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

US Census 1870 Report fiw Mendota, Illinois 

Martha Jones Family Record 

Civil War Record, National Ardiives 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Letter from Edna Bacon, Ponca City, Oklahoma, 1935 

Dianah married Henry B ALDRICH on 3 1 Aug 1 864 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. They were sealed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Henry was bom 3 May 1 843 in , , Vermont. He died 21 Apr 1 893 in Mendota, 
LaSalle, Illinois. Henry was baptized 21 Apr 1951. He was endowed 13 Jun 1952. 

Henry Aldridi in Civil War - Co. A 132 Illinois Volunteer Infentry 

Henry and Dianah had the following children: 
+ 40 F i. Edna Laura ALDRICH was bom 1 866 and died Mar 1 944. 

+ 4 1 M ii. Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH was bom 6 Nov 1 868 and died 6 Jan 1 929. 

+ 42 F iii. Lucia E ALDRICH was bom 187 land died 1945. 

8. Mary Lovina WHEELER (Jacob) was bom 30 Sep 1851 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died Jul 
1926 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas and was buried in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. She was sealed to her 
parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Mary was baptized 6 Jan 195 1 . She was endowed 1 7 Jan 1 95 1 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

Mrs. Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Scrapbook records of Mrs. Martha Athcrton Gish 

Family Records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 

Family History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

In 1 878 moved to Kansas, one year in Ellis County, then moved to Rooks County, Kansas. Lived there with the 

exception of 1883, which was spent in Marshall County, Kansas. 

Mary married James Edwin ATHERTON, son of Ralph ATHERTON and Maria SEIN, on 1 8 Dec 
1870 in Earlville, LaSalle, Illinois. They were sealed 19 Nov 1975 in the Ogden Utah temple. James 
was bom 16 Jun 1851 in South Paw Paw, DeKalb, Illinois. He died 23 Jun 1925 in Zurich, Rooks, 
Kansas and was buried in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. James was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 43 M i. Orian Lewis ATHERTON was bom 22 Oct 1 87 1 and died 1 8 May 1 949. 

+ 44 F ii. Martha Mariah ATHERTON was bom 29 Nov 1 875 and died 20 Nov 1 948. 

+ 45 M iii. George W ATHERTON was bom 18 Jun 1877 and died 14 May 1961. 

46 F iv. Lena EInora ATHERTON was born 18 Jul 1883 in Eariville, LaSalle, Illinois. She 
died 3 Apr 1884. She was sealed to her parents on 4 Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah 
temple. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



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47 M V. Harry Edwin ATHERTON was bom 8 Jan 1885 in Oketo, Marshall, Kansas. He 
died 4 Jan 1905. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Harry was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

+ 48 F vi. Flora Edna ATHERTON was bom 1 1 Sep 1 886. 

49 M vii. Walter Henry ATHERTON was bom 2 1 Aug 1 888 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He 

died 4 Jan 1 889, He was sealed to his parents on 4 Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah 
temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

50 M viii. Robert LeRoy ATHERTON was bom 27 Mar 1 89 1 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He 

died 8 Mar 1 903. He was sealed to his parents on 4 Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah 
temple. Robert was baptized 3 Sep 1 976 in the Ogden Utah temple. He was endowed 
3 Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah temple. 

5 1 M ix. WiUiam ATHERTON was bora 1 3 Jul 1 893 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He died 1 3 

Jul 1 893 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

9. Flora Delanor WHEELER (Jacob) was bora 12 Jan 1857 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 8 Jul 
1886 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Flora was 
baptized 29 May 1 946 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 27 Jun 1 946 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

Family Records of Mary A. Rumsey and Avis Addie Rumsey 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 30 Jan 1961 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Flora married Frank B RUMSEY on 1 875 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. Frank was bom in , , Wisconsin. He died in St Paul, Washington, Minnesota. , 

They had the following children: 

+ 52 M i. Myron Ray RUMSEY was bom 3 Jun 1 876 and died 7 Jul 1 935. 

+ 53 M ii. Alexander Roy RUMSEY was bom 29 Mar 1880 and died 16 Jul 1952. 

+ 54 F iii. Addie Louise RUMSEY was bom 21 Oct 1883 and died 22 Jan 1924. 

55 F iv. Flora May RUMSEY was bom 5 Sep 1 884 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 3 

Aug 1 893. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Flora was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

10. Cora Etta WHEELER (Jacob) was bora 25 Jun 1862 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 1927 in 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She was sealed 
to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Cora was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letters from Lawerence Potter 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 30 Jan 1961 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

A child of Cora Etta Wheeler and Henry Potters died in infancy 

Cora married Henry POTTEE^ son of Lester POTTER and Marinda PEARL, on 25 Jul 1 880 in Paw 
Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Henry was bom 1 6 Oct 1 85 1 in Scranton, 
Lackawanna, Pennsylvania. He died 31 Jul 1901 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried 2 Aug 
1901 in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Henry was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 



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Henry Potter had two brothers, Charles and Almcron Potter and a sister, Mrs. Avery Mcrriman 

Henry and Cora had the following children: 

56 M i. Lawrence Wheeler POTTER was bom 27 Jul 1 88 1 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He 

died in , , Florida. He was sealed to his parents submitt^ 29 Apr 2000. Lawrence 
was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000 

Letters from Lawerence Potter 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lawrence Wheeler Potter and Ella M. Fletcher had NO CHILDREN 

Lawrence married Ella M FLETCHER on 27 Jul 1 903. 

57 F ii. Minda Pearl POTTER was bom 29 Apr 1 884. 

58 iii. Child POTTER died (in infancy). 



Third Generation b 

Figure 2 Cora Wheefer 

13. Frank I WHEELER (Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 9 Jul 1 877 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died 1 
Feb 1946 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He was sealed to his 
parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Frank was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Addie Kyle Guffiin 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Frank I Wheeler and Bertha M. Breese had one son and one daughter who died in intanc>' 

Frank married Bertha M BREESE, daughter of Dallas C BREESE and Jennie Marie 
QUACKENBUSH, on 29 Oct 1905 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Bertha died in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

They had the following children: 

+ 59 M i. Bruce Jacob WHEELER was bom 1 Jun 1914 and died 1989. 

60 M ii. Son WHEELER died (in infancy). 

61 F iii. Daughter WHEELER died (in infancy). 




14. Emily Jeanette WHEELER (Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 30 May 1886 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 
She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Emily was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. 
She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family Records of Addie Kyle Wheeler Guffin 

History Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie E Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Emily Jeanette Wheeler married (1) Edmund P Fleming and (2) Dr Paul Boutwell 

Emily married (1 ) Edmund Palmer FLEMING, son of Peter FLEMING and Charlotte EDMONDS, 
on 1 Jan 1913 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Edmund died 14 
Jun 1 933 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He 
was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Edmund was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He 
was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 



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Edmund and Emily had the following children: 

62 M i. Edmund Wheeler FLEMING was bom 25 Nov 1915 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He 
died 14 Oct 1926 and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He 
was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Edmund was baptized submitted 
29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

+ 63 M ii. Robben FLEMING was bom 18 Dec 1916. 

+ 64 M iii. Jack Kyle FLEMING was bom 22 Aug 1921. 

Emily also married (2) Paul BOUTWELL. 

Paul was a Doctor and the second husband of Emily Jeanettc Wheeler 

15. Robert Waldo WHEELER (Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 9 Feb 1895 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

Family records of Addie Kyle GuflRn 

Family records of Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 26 Jul 1956 

Robert married Beulah ADRIAN, daughter of William R ADRLANT and Nellie COLE, on 1 Jan 1 921 
in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Beulah was bom in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

They had the following children: 

+ 65 F i. Marilyn Adrian WHEELER was bom 25 Mar 1923. 

20. Iva Myrtle JONES (Martha Ann WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 1 Apr 1882 in On Salt Creek near 
Neodesha, Wilson, Kansas. She died 9 Mar 1945 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas and vyas buried 
in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Iva was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Martha Wheeler Jones 

Family records of Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Jun 1956 

Iva married James D TINCKNELL on 15 Apr 1903 in Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas. They were 
sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

66 M i. Virgil E TINCKNELL was bora 1 7 Jan 1 904 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas. 

Virgil married Bessie WELTZ. 

67 M ii. Allan James TINCKNELL was bom 9 Feb 1 911 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, 

Kansas. 

Allan married Flora PENINGTON. 

68 M iii. Cecil Chester TINCKNELL was bom 8 Oct 1 9 1 4 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, 

Kansas. 

Cecil married Dorothy RILEY. 

69 M iv. Denver Eugene TINCKNELL was bom 16 Dec 1 91 9 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, 

Kansas. 

Denver married Maxine LITTELL. 

70 M V. Howard Lee TINCKNELL was bom 6 Oct 1 922 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, 

Kansas. 

Howard married Neva KONKEB. 



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21. Sarah Maria CASS (Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 15 Aug 1858 in , Lee, Illinois. She 
died 1 3 Jan 1 924 in Wymore, , Nebraska and was buried in Deer Creek Cemetery, Marys vi lie, 
Marshall, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Sarah was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Ernest Spealman to Mrs. Martha M. Gish 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -1 Jul 1958 

Sarah Maria Cass and John Ritchart Spealman had 2 children who died in infancy 

Sarah married John Ritchart SPEALMAN, son of Henry SPEALMAN and Sarah RITCHART, on 9 
Mar 1 875 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. John was bom 
18 Jul 1848 in , Mason, Illinois. He died 26 Mar 1924 in Stockton, Rooks, Kansas and was buried in 
Deer Creek Cemetery, Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. John was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

i. John F SPEALMAN was bom 3 1 Dec 1 876 and died 30 Mar 1 924. 

ii. Cora Belle SPEALMAN was bom 24 Jan 1884 and died 23 May 1915. 

iii. Ernest Garfield SPEALMAN. 

iv. Henry Jefferson SPEALMAN died 1 1 May 1 95 1 . 

V. Child SPEALMAN. Because h^she died as a child, baptism and endowment are 
not necessary. 

This child died in infancy 

76 vi. Child SPEALMAN. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are 

not necessary. 

This diild died in infency 

32. William WiUard WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom 1 8 Oct 1 870 in , Grayson, Texas. He 
died 1 91 7 in Woodville, , Oklahoma and was buried in Woodville, , Oklahoma. He was sealed to his 
parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. William was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Lawrence Wheeler to Robert Wheeler, Paw Paw, Illinois 

Ixtter from Ola Needham to Ada Wheeler Miller 

Ada Wheeler Millerl, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 16 May 1963 

William married (1) Jennie OGLE. Jennie died 1902 in Dennison, Grayson, Texas. Jennie was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

77 F i. Edith Lee WHEELER was bom 1 5 Mar 1 898 m , Grayson, Texas. 

Edith married James NELSON. 

78 F ii. Viola Ann WHEELER was bom 4 Oct 1 899 in , Grayson, Texas. 

Viola married Mack NEEDHAM. 

William also married (2) Alice THORNTON. 

Alice's name was Alice (Thornton) McLaughlin 

William and Alice had the following children: 

79 F iii. Mamie WiUie WHEELER was bom 6 Dec 1 906 in Indian Territory, , Oklahoma. 



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1 

JOHN RTTCHART SPE ALMAN 

John Ritchart Spealman, son of Henry and Sarah (Ritchart) Speaknan, was bom in Mason 
County, Illinois, July 18, 1848. He died at the home of his son, E. G. Speahnan, at Stockton, 
Kansas, March 26, 1924, at the age of 75 years, 7 nH)nths and 8 days. 

In 1866 he, with his parents, moved to Marshall County, Kansas, where he homesteaded 
north of Marysville in 1871. 

He was united in marriage to Sarah Maria Cass at Marysville, Kansas, on March 9, 1 875. 
To this union were bom six children, two of whom died in infency. The only daughter, Cora 
BeUe Alexander, died on May 23, 1915. Three sons survive, Jolm F. of Lincoh, Nebraska, Emest 
G. of Stockton, Kansas, and Henry J. who lives on the old homestead, near Marietta, Kansas. 

With his wife, he lived on the old homestead until the M of 1 888 when they decided to 
move to Wymore, Nebraska, for the purpose of educating their children. The feithful wife, who 
had journeyed through the years with him, passed away on January 9, 1924 at the Wymore home. 

Mr. Spealman was of that sturdy pioneer type of American, and was a man of energy, 
judgment, and foresight, linked with integrity and Iwnesty of purpose, which characterizes his 
type of citizenship; with the opportunities for success limited during his younger life, yet he has 
carved out for himself a very successful and worthy career. 

In the passing away of Mr, Spealman, Marshall County, Kansas and Wymore, Nebraska, 
and vicinity loses another one of its old settlers. He passed away on March 28, 1924. 



SARAH MARIA CASS 

Sarah Maria Cass was bom in Lee County, Illinois, August 15, 1858. She was the eldest 
of a family of seven children. She was a daughter of Aaron Jacob Cass and Sarah Jane (Wheeler) 
Cass. They lived for various periods of time in Illinois, Missouri, Indian Territory, and Nebraska. 
In 1 874 they moved to Marshall County, Kansas, where she was united in marriage with John R. 
Spealman, on March 9, 1 875. To this union six children were bom, two of whom died in infency. 
The only daughter, Cora Belle Alexander, died on May 23, 1915. Three sons survive; John F. of 
Lincoln, Nebraska; Emest G. of Stockton, Kansas; and Henry J., who resides on the old 
homestead, near Marietta, Kansas. 

In 1888 they moved to Wymore, Nebraska, to educate their children. In 1894 she united 
with the Methodist Church of Wymore. She was an active member of the W.C.T.U. (Women's 
Christian Temperance Union) and was president of the Wymore local and Gage County W.C.T.U. 
for several years, and at diiSerent times held state offices in that organization. 



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No effort was too great nor sacrifice too large when it tended to advance the cause of 
temperance. During the kter years, because of ill health, she was compelled to leave the more 
strenuous work to others but she was ever ready to assist as fer as she was able. 

She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, three sons and nine grandchildren, besides 
three sisters and two brotters and a host of friends. 

As a pioneer she went through the trials and vicissitudes of pioneer life necessary to the 
building up of our country to the plane at which it now stands. As a mother she reared her 
children to manhood and womanhood and saw that they had the right start on the road of life. As 
a Christian she was instrumental in making her community, her state and her country, a better 
place in which to hye. Surely she can say with the Apostle, "I have fought a good fight, I have 
finished my course. I have kept the faith," Her femily and fiiends can |)ay her the highest tribute 
that can be paid to womanhood, "She v^as a noble, good woman,' 



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The fimeral services were held at the honae in Wymore, on Sunday, January 13, at 1 
o'clock, conducted by the Reverend D, A.McCuliough, pastor of the Wymore M.E. Church, 
assisted by the Rev. E. E, Powell, pastor of the Christian Church. Burial was in the Deer Creek 
Cemetery across the line in Kansas. (Januaiy 13, 1924) 



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CHARLOTTE WHEELER HART 

Charlotte E. Wheeler, daughter of Jacob and Martha (Drake) Wheeler was bom at 
Molunkus, Penobscot County, Maine on June 16, 1842. She moved with her parents to Paw 
Paw, Illinois in 1845, where she has made her home most of the time since. 

In 1860 she married William D. Nicholls. They were divorced. In 1 867 she was united in 
marriage with DeWitte Hart. To this marriage came two children, Alta and John. Mr. Hart died 
in 1 875, leaving Mrs. Hart to struggle alone through life to raise her little femily, which she reared 
to young manhood and young womanhood, when the daughter Aha's health failed and she moved 
to Plainville, Kansas, in the hope of benefitting her health; but this foiled and she died June 26, 
1889. 

This shock and the constant watchfulness broke down the mother's health and she, with 
her son, took a trip to eastern Kansas, and while there, John's health feOed and they returned to 
Plainville. John died January 9, 1 892, leaving the poor mother alone. The following May, Mrs. 
Hart returned to Illinois, and has divided her time since, with relatives in Paw Paw and Mendota. 
The last four months her health has been gradually felling until she died June 3, 1 894, at the home 
of her sister Mrs. Aldrich, at Mendota. She leaves to mourn her loss, an aged mother, four sisters 
and two brothers. 

Funeral services were held at the residence of her brother, B. J. Wheeler, on last Tuesday 
afternoon, conducted by Rev. B. A. Dickens, The Quartette fiimished appropriate selections 
which assisted in making the services very impressive. The body was interred in the Frantz Grove 
Cemetery. 




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DR. JOHN F. SPEALMAN 

Dr. John F, Spealman, prominent Lincoln physician, and a Major in the Rainbow Division 
during the World War, died at 9:50 p.m. Monday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital on March 30, 1924. 
Death was caused by Bright's Disease and followed a long illness. He had been confined to his 
home only since August 13 and was taken to the hospital August 21. He had been very low for a 
number of days. 

Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the home, 2740 Hoidredge Street, in 
charge of Rev. James McDonald of the Unitarian church of which Dr. Speaiman was a member. 
Burial will be at Wyuka. 

Appointed city physician of Lincobi in May 1909, he served in that capacity until May, 
1911, when te succeeded Carl Rohde as health officer and served until July, 1915. There was 
virtually no sanitary ordinances when he became health ofiScer and he drafted many now in force. 

Dr. Speaiman went over seas as a Major in command of the One Hundred Sixty-sixth field 
hospital of the Rainbow Division, September 5, 1917, and exactly one year later was promoted to 
be director of the four hospitals of the division. His Company went to the i&ont February of 1918 
and was continuaUy in active service throughout the war. The con^any returned to the United 
States, July 25, 1919, at the same time that Dr. Speaiman did, but he was separated from it for 
several months he spent in Paris. He was mustered out of service August 3, 1919. 

His practice in Lincohi was general and since the war, had been conducted from an office 
in his home. During his tenure as health officer he gave up all private practice, and his service, 
&st with the National Guard on the Mexican border, and then in France, began almost 
immediately when he left the service of the city. He entered the profession In 1903. 

He joined the Nebraska state militia in 1903 as a private and worked up steadily. In 1913 
he was made Major in charge of the field hospital. He went to Camp Llano Grande, Texas, July 
9, 1916, when Pershing conducted his pimitive expedition into Mexico, and returned March 14, 
1917. In a few ninths he was in the federal service and went to France. 

Dr. Speaiman was bom on a ferm near Marietta, Kansas, on December 31,1 876, the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Speaiman. The femily moved to Wymore, Nebraska several years after 
and he was reared there. He came from the Wymore high school to the Eclectic School of 
Medicine, known as the Lincoln Medical College, in 1 899 and was graduated from that institution 
in 1903. 

He was married to Miss Ruth L. Holmes of Tecumseh in December, 1903. Besides his 
wife, he leaves two daughters, Sarah and Edith, aixi two brothers, Henry Speaiman of Marj'sville, 
Kansas and Ernest Speaiman of Stockton, Kansas. His mother died in January and his father in 
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Dr. Speaiman was a member of Lancaster Lodge No. 54, A.F. and A.M. County Medical 
Society, Modem Woodmen of America, Security Benefit Association, Royal Highlanders, Tribe 
of Ben Hut and the Maccabees. He was also a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and of 
the American Legion. 

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Mamie married Raymond SHELLEY. 

80 F iv. Ruby Gladys WHEELER was born 9 Sep 1 909 in Collin, , Texas. 

Ruby married Telman LANE. 

8 1 M V. Charlie Forest WHEELER was bom 1 2 Oct 1 9 11 in Collin, , Texas. 

Charlie married Syble COX. 

82 F vi. MoUie Lucinda WHEELER was bom 28 Feb 1 9 1 4 in , , Oklahoma. 

Mollie married Richard FLAIM. 

33. Myrtis Anice WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom 4 Sep 1 873 in , Grayson, Texas. She was 
sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Myrtis was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

John Michael Wheeler letter to Ada W. Miller on 30 Mar 1959 

Josephine Dexheimer letters 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 May 1959 

Myrtis married Aivah THOMPSON. Alvah died 14 Sep 1940 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. Alvah 
was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 83 F i. Josephine THOMASON was bom 12 Sep 1898. 

+ 84 F ii. Irene THOMASON was bom 15 Jul 1905. 

35. Beniah Jacob WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom 12 Sep 1882 in , Grayson, Texas. He died 
1 Nov 1964 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. 
Beniah was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family Group Record from Beniah Jacob Wheeler 

Letter from John M. Wheeler to Ada Wheeler Miller -30 March 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 10 Jul 1959 

Beniah married Mattie THORNTON on 1906 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. They were sealed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Mattie was bom 10 Feb 1886 in Stephensville, , Texas. She died 4 Aug 1944 
in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma and was buried in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. Mattie was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

85 M i. John Davis WHEELER was bom 19 Oct 1 908 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma, 

John married Bee WATERSON on 1 928. 

86 M ii. Beniah Joseph WHEELER was bom 4 Jun 1910 in Woodville, Marshall, 

Oklahoma, 

Beniah married Edna HARRISON on Feb 1937. 

87 F iii. Geraldine WHEELER was bom 21 Sep 1914 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. 

Geraldine married Mack MCCUEN on 27 Jul 1937. 

88 F iv. Mattie WHEELER was bom 1 9 1 7 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. She died 

Feb 1 933. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Mattie was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

89 F V. Agnes Mae WHEELER was bom 20 Sep 1921 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. 

Agnes Mae Wheeler was known as Peggy 



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Agnes married Guy SEAL on 1947. 

90 M VL Lawrence WHEELER was bom 22 May 1 924 in Woodville, Marshall, Oklahoma. 

Lawrence married Edna Mae WOODS on 28 May 1946. 

36. Joseph WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom 5 May 1 887 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. He died 
3 Jan 1944 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Joseph 
was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Vital Statistics of Denison, Texas 

Letter from John M Wheeler to Ada Wheeler Miller - 30 Mar 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 May 1959 

Joseph married Lou DAVIS on 26 May 1913 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 
They had the following children: 

91 M i. Vernon WHEELER 

92 F il Verna WHEELER. 

Vema is deceased 

93 F iii. Evelyn WHEELER. 

Evelyn married WOODS. 

38. Mary Ellen WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom in , Grayson, Texas. 

Letter from Jdin M. Wheeler to Ada Wheeler Miller 

Letter from Josephine Dcxheimer 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 21 May 1959 

Mary married R G HARRIS. 
They had the following children: 



94 M 


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Clyde HARRIS. 


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Betty HARRIS. 

Betty married IVES, 


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John HARRIS 


97 F 


iv. 


Dollie HARRIS. 


98 F 


V. 


June HARRIS. 

June married SIMMS. 


99 F 


vi. 


I^rene HARRIS. 

Lorene married KANAFACK. 



39. Michael WHEELER (John Drake, Jacob) was bom in , Grayson, Texas. He died 27 Aug 1954 in 
Denison, Grayson, Texas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Michael was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

John Michael Wheeler, letter to Ada Wheeler Miller on 28 Mar 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 28 Mar 1959 

Michael married Ona Rouell NELSON on 19 Jan 1920 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 



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Michael and Ona had the following children: 
+ 100 M i. John Michael WHEELER was bom 29 Apr 1925. 

40. Edna Laura ALDRICH (Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1866 in Mendota, LaSalie, 
Illinois. She died Mar 1944 in Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma and was buried 18 Mar 1944 in Blackwell, , 
Oklahoma. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Edna was baptized submitted 29 
Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Edna Bacon, 1935 

Letter from Burdette Bacon, 1957 

U. S. Census Report 1 870, Mendota, Illinois 

Letter from Ruth Winter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -19 Dec 1958 

Edna married Martin Van Buren BACON on 31 Aug 1884 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. They were 
sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Martin was bom 1860. He died Oct 1 940 in Ponca City, Kay, 
Oklahoma and was buried 7 Oct 1940 in Blackwell, , Oklahoma. Martin was baptized submitted 29 
Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 101 F i. Dianah Vera BACON was bom 29 Dec 1887 and died 1 4 Jun 1931. 

102 M ii. Jesse H BACON died Jun 1950. 

Family records of Burdette Bacon 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 Dec 1959 

Jesse R Bacon and Bertha Grable had NO CHILDREN 

Jesse married Bertha GRABLE. 
+ 1 03 M iii. Burdette A BACON was bom 1 2 Mar 1 908. 

1 04 iv. Child BACON. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 

necessary. 

A baby died in infancy 

1 05 F V. Elvie S. BACON was bom 9 Apr 1 904. She died 1 1 Jul 1 982 m Ponca City, Kay, 

Oklahoma and was buried Jul 1982 in Blackwell, Kay, Oklahoma. 

41 . Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH (Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 6 Nov 1868 in Mendota, 
LaSalle, Illinois. He died 6 Jan 1929 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. He was sealed to his parents 
submitted 29 Apr 2000, Frank was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

Letter from Addie Wheeler GufBn 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 15 Nov 1959 

Frank Lorenzo Aldrich and Minerva Blanchard could have been married in 1890? 

Frank married Minerva BLANCHARD. Minerva was bom 24 Nov 1869. She died 19 Dec 1926 in 
Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. Minerva was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

106 M i. Henry ALDRICH was bom 1891 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. He died 1893.He 
was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Because he died as a child, baptism 

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and endowment are not necessary. 

ii. Harry Eugene ALDRICH. 

Hi. Walter Blanchard ALDRICH was bom 1 894 and died 3 1 Decl 95 1 . 
iv. Herbert Earl ALDRICH was bom 1 896 and died 6 Feb 1 952. 

V. John PhilUp ALDRICH was bom 1898. 

vi. Robert William ALDRICH died 1 9 Aug 1 926 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. He was 
sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Robert was baptized submitted 29 Apr 
2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Letter from Addie GufEn with dates from the tombstone 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

Robert William Aldrich and Avis Martin had NO CHILDREN 

Robert married Avis MARTIN. Avis was bom 1 Jul 1900. She died 19 Aug 1926 in 
Mendota, LaSalle, Illmois. Avis was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

vii. Josephine Gladys ALDRICH. 

viii. Lucia Abby ALDRICH was bom 2 Jun 1 905. 

ix. Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH Junior. 

X. James ALDRICH was bom in Wichita, , Kansas. He died in Wichita, , Kansas. 
Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

+ 116 M xi. Wayne Charles ALDRICH. 

42. Lucia E ALDRICH (Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1871 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. 
She died 1945 in Vanita, , Oklahoma and was buried in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. She was sealed to 
her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Lucia was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Ixtter frcsn Ruth Winters to Addie Wheeler Guffin 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -6 May 1959 

Adopted daughter: has two girls-Cindy and Joan. One is married and has two children 

Lucia married Joseph Bert BARTLETT. Joseph was bora 1870. He died 1932 and was buried in 
Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. 

They had the following children: 

117 F i. Flora BARTLETT. 

43. Orian Lewis ATHERTON (Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 22 Oct 1871 in Earlville, 
LaSalle, Illinois. He died 18 May 1949 in Hays, Ellis, Kansas and was buried in Zurich, Rooks, 
Kansas. He was sealed to his parents on 4 Sep 1 976 in the Ogden Utah temple. Orian was baptized 3 
Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah temple. He was endowed 3 Sep 1976 in the Ogden Utah temple. 

Letters from Flora E. Ouderidrk 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Orian married Josephine WALZ, daughter of William WALZ and Mary CREAMER, on 22 May 



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1897. Josephine was bom 12 Dec 1878 in Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois. She died 13 Aug 1946 in 
Alva, Woods, Oklahoma and was buried in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. She was sealed to her parents 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Josephine was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 
29 Apr 2000. 

Josephine was married (1) Orian Lewis Alherton, (2) Hiram Smith 14 Sep 1940 -divorced in 1944 
Orian and Josephine had the following children: 

1 1 8 F i. Nellie Lorena ATHERTON was bom 7 Apr 1 898 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Letters from Flora E. Ouderkirk 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Nellie Lorena was married (1) Ellis Hickey, (2) Donald Thor, (3) Lonnie Cooper and (4) 

Theodore Caprean 

Nellie Lorena Atherton and Ellis Hidcey had NO CHILDREN 

Nellie Lorena Atherton and Donald Thor had NO CHILDREN 

Nellie Lorena Atherton and Lonnie Cooper had NO CHILDREN 

Nellie Lorena Atherton and Theodore Caprean had NO CHILDREN 

Nellie married (1) Ellis HICKEY. 
Nellie also married (2) Donald THOR. 

119 F ii. LiUie May ATHERTON was bom lOOct 1901 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. She died 

13 Aug 1934. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Lillie was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 
Lillie married Melvin W BARKLEY on Mar 1 9 1 8. 

+ 120 F iii. Mary Lovina ATHERTON was bom 4 Aug 1903. 

1 2 1 M iv. Orian Lewis ATHERTON was bom 10 Nov 1 904 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Letters from Flora E. Ouderkirk 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Orian Lewis Atherton, Jr. married (1) Mildred Whitney, (2) Juanita, (3) Carolyn Still 

Orian Lewis Atherton and Mildred Whitney had NO CHILDREN 

Orian Lewis Atherton and Juanita had NO CHILDREN 

Orian Lewis Atherton and Carolyn Still had NO CHILDREN 

Orian married (1) MUdred WHITNEY. 

Orian also married (2) Juanita. 

Orian also married (3) Carolyn STILL. 

+ 1 22 F V. Julia Josephine ATHERTON was bom 4 Jul 1 907. 

+ 1 23 F vi. Claudia Ivene ATHERTON was bom 26 Nov 1 909. 

44. Martha Mariah ATHERTON (Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 29 Nov 1875 in Paw 
Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 20 Nov 1948 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington and was buried 
m Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. 
Martha was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Iva Myrtle Gish and Ina Maud Gish are twins 



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Martha married Samuel Franklin GISH, son of Ephraim GISH and Maiy FULCHER, on 28 Mar 
1 894 in Plainville, Rooks, Kansas. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Samuel was bom 3 1 Jul 
1 867 in Warsaw, Wayne, Iowa. He died 2 Dec 1944 in Yakima, Yakima, Washington and was buried 
in Yakima, Yakima, Washington. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Samuel was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

1 24 F i. Iva Myrtle GISH was bom 7 Mar 1 895 in Ellis, Ellis, Kansas. She died 3 Mar 1 907. 
She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Iva was baptized submitted 

29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Iva Myrtle Gish and Ina Maud Gish were twins 

125 F ii. Ina Maud GISH was bom 7 Mar 1 895 in Ellis, Ellis, Kansas. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-cwnpiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before 
her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Iva Myrtle Gish and Ina Maud Gish were twins 
Ina Maud Gish Never Married 

iii. Irena May GISH was bom 4 Sep 1 896. 

iv. Ira M GISH was bom 9 Aug 1 898. 

V. Ida Olive GISH was bom 21 May 1901 and died 15 Sep 1942. 

vi. Alva Edwin GISH was bom 24 Nov 1903. 

vii. Flossie Marie GISH was bom 16 May 1907. 

viii. Ruby Sunshine GISH was bom 1 Oct 1909. 

ix. RoUa Elbert GISH was bom 1 6 May 1912. 

45. George W ATHERTON (Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 8 Jun 1 877 in Earlville, 
LaSalle, Illinois. He died 14 May 1961 and was buried 17 May 1961 in Sharon Springs, , Kansas. He 
was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. George was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He 
was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

George married Henrietta Ann LYND on 12 Dec. Henrietta died 25 Dec 1 964 and was buried 28 
Dec 1964 in Sharon Springs, , Kansas. Henrietta was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 133 F i. Barbara ATHERTON was bom 13 Apr 1899. 

1 34 F ii. Katherine ATHERTON was bom 8 Dec 1 90 1 in , Ellis, Kansas. 

Katherinc Atherton married three times: (1) Fred ? Morse, (2) Knight, and (3) Fred 

Sheppard 

Ada Wheeler received no answer to her letters. She had 8 or 9 children by three husbands, but 

she did not answer any of Ada's letters. 

Katherine married (1) Fred MORSE on 1 Jun 1920 in Sharon Springs, , Kansas. 



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MARY LOVINIA WHEELER ATHERTON 

Mary Lovinia Wheeler was the seventh child of Jacob and Martlia Drake Wheeler, bom 30 
September 1851 at Paw Paw, Illinois. 

On the 1 8* day of December 1 870, she was united in marriage with lames Edwin 
Atherton, He was the son of Ralph Atherton and Maria Sein Atherton. James was bora June 16, 
1 85 1 , in DeKalb County, Illinois. Their union was blessed with 9 children, four of whom survived 
their fether who died July 21, 1925. Namely - Ora L. Atherton, of Alva,Oklahoma; Mattie M. 
Gish, of College Place, Washington; George and Ftora Ouderkirk of Zurich, Kansas; and W. 
Atherton of Sharon Springs, Kansas. All being present. 

The children who preceded their father were - Lena Elnora, who died April 3, 1884-aged 
nine months. Walter died January 4, 1 889~aged nine months; Willie died in infency July 13, 1893. 
Robert died March 8, 1905 - aged 12 years; Harry E. died January 4, 1905 - aged 20 years. 

For three years after their marriage the Athertons lived in DeKalb County, Illinois. They 
spent the year 1 873 in Iowa and then returned to DeKalb County. In 1 878 they moved to Kansas, 
residing one year in Ellis County, then took up residence in Rooks County. With the exception of 
the year 1 883, \^Wch was spent in Marshall County, the Athertons have continued to live in 
Rooks County, Kansas, until the time of his death, July 21, 1925. 

Besides his chiMren he leaves in mourning, his beloved wife, Mary Lovinia and his 
brothers, William of DeKalb County, Illinois; and John of Wheatland, Minnesota; and his many 
grandchildren and friends. 



GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 
JAMES ATHERTON AND MARY WHEELER 

James Atherton and Mary Wheeler were married in EarlviHe, Illinois, December 18, 1870. 
Fifty years later finds them as young in spirit and almost as active in body as on the day they 
bound then- two yoimg lives together, standing under a wedding bell in their own home in Zurich, 
Kansas, ready to renew before Father Mattingly in the presence of their many children and 
grandchildren and nieces and nephews, the vows of marriage strengthened by jSfty years of 
cherishing. Preliminary to the ceremony before fifty lighted candles on the huge wedding cake, 
the bride and groom, accompanied by their two sons and daughters as attendants, entered with tte 
masic of a beautifiil wedding march played by Mrs. John Atherton, of Earlville, Illinois. After a 
few witty objections read by Father Mattingly, the venerable old couple renewed their marriage 
vows. After the ceremony a delicious lap si^)per was served and song and music delighted the 
guests. It was interrupted, however, for a few moments by an old tune shivaree party. At a late 
hour the guests retired. The memories of the jubilee will linger bng in the annals of Zurich. The 
many presents from friends and relatives will reflect sympathy and veneration for the old couple 
that will brighten their declining years, 

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The children present were: Ora Atherton and his wife and family Ifrom Alva, Oklahoma; 
Mrs. Gish and husband from Walla Walla, Washington; George Atherton and wife and femily 
from Sharon Springs, Kansas; Mrs. Ouderkirk and husband and femUy from Zurich, Kansas. The 
married grandchildren - Mrs. HiUman and husband from OgaUah, Kansas; Mrs. Fred Morse and 
husband from Sharon Springs, Kansas. 

Nieces and nephews present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Atherton from Earlville, Illinois; 
Mrs. Sara Spealman from Wymore, Nebraska; E. G. Spealman and femily from Stockton, Kansas. 
Besides those there were a house frill of relatives and friends from far and near. 

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Katherine also married (2) KNIGHT. 
Katherine also married (3) Fred SHEPPARD. 

135 F iii. Laura ATHERTON was bom 27 Feb 1903 in , Ellis, Kansas. 

Ada Wheeler received no answer to her letters, 

Laura married WUliam MERRITT. 

1 36 F iv. Anna ATHERTON was bom 1 6 May 1 906 in , Ellis, Kansas. 

Ada Wheeler received no answer to her letters. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton HilLtnan 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Anna married Clarence ALLEY on 25 Dec 1929. 

137 F V. Elida ATHERTON was bom 9 Jul 1 908 in , Ellis, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Live at Laramie, Wyoming 

Elida married LesUe R MERRITT. 

+ 1 38 F vi. Margarete ATHERTON was bom 4 Mar 1912. 

139 M vii. James E ATHERTON was bom 9 Jul 1914 in Sharon Springs, , Kansas. He died 23 
Jul 1934. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. James was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

+ 1 40 F viii. Frances Irene ATHERTON was bora 3 Aug 1916. 

1 4 1 F ix. Bernadine ATHERTON was bom 22 Oct 1 92 1 in Sharon Springs, Wallace, Kansas. 

Family records sent by Barbara Atherton Hilknan 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Momes, Iowa 

Ada received no answer to her letters 

Mrs. Roy Scott, 3813 East 67th Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri 

Bemadine married Roy SCOTT. 

48. Flora Edna ATHERTON (Maiy Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 1 Sep 1886 in Zurich, 
Rooks, Kansas. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Flora was baptized submitted 
29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirlc 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 3 Jan 1954 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Flora married O C OUDERKIRK, son of Charles W OUDERKIRK and Matilda Anna JOHN, on 25 
Dec 1907 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. C OUDERKIRK 
was bora 19 Sep 1 878 in , Bureau, Illinois. He died 29 Mar 1959 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He was 
sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. C OUDERKIRK was baptized submitted 29 Apr 
2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

1 42 M i. Melvin Wyatt OUDERKIRK was bom 20 Jan 1 909 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. He 

died 24 Feb 1 91 1 . He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Because he 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



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Melvin Wyatt Ouderkirk died at 2 years of age 

143 M il Theron OUDERKIRK was bom 20 Dec 1 910 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. Because 
he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Theron Ouderkirk died at 7 weeks of age 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 

Histoiy compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

iii, Effie Melvina OUDERKIRK was bom 5 Dec 191 1 and died 20 Dec 1961. 

iv. Willis Harold OUDERKIRK was bom 1 3 Sep 1 91 3. 

V. Delmer Lurae OUDERKIRK was bom 8 Apr 1 91 5. 

vL Jessie Delia OUDERKIRK was bom 14 May 1918. 
vii. Reva Alice OUDERKIRK was bom 1 Dec 1919. 
viii. Avery Dale OUDERKIRK was bom 20 Dec 1 92 1 . 

ix. Milton Henry OUDERKIRK was bom 1 1 Dec 1925. 

X. Novella Arlene OUDERKIRK was bom 22 May 1 930. 

52. Myron Ray RUMSEY (Flora Delanor WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 3 Jun 1876 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. He died 7 Jul 1935 in St Paul, Washington, Minnesota. He was sealed to his parents 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. Myron was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

Family Reconls of Mary A. Rumsey and Avis Addie Rumsey 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 30 Jan 1961 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Myron married Mary Anna FRICKE. Mary was bom in Brookings, , South Dakota. 
They had the following children: 

1 52 M i. Harold RUMSEY was bom 30 May 1 9 1 3 in St Paul, Washington, Minnesota. He 

died 30 May 1913 in St Paul, Washington, Minnesota, Because he died as a child, 
baptism and endowment are not nec^sary. 

1 53 F ii. Aves Addie RUMSEY was bom 30 Apr 1 9 1 4 in St Paul, Washington, Minnesota. 

53. Alexander Roy RUMSEY (Flora Delanor WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 29 Mar 1 880 in Paw Paw, 
Lee, Illinois. He died 16 Jul 1952 in LeRoy, , Mmnesota. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 
Apr 2000. Alexander was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Aves Addie Rumsey 

Letter from Town Clerk at LeRoy, Minnesota 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 30 Jan 1961 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Alexander was raised by his grandparents, the Rumseys at LeRoy, Minnesota after his Mother died. 

Alexander married May BALDWIN. 

They had the following children: 

154 M i. Frederick RUMSEY. 



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54. Addie Louise RUMSEY (Flora Delanor WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 21 Oct 1 883 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. She died 22 Jan 1924 in Tulsa, , Oklahoma. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 
2000. Addie was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family Records of Addie Wheeler Guffin 

letter from Claude Eckert 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Addie married Claude ECKERT. 

They had the following children: 
+ 155 F i. FioraMaryECKERTwasbom21 Oct 1883. 

57. Minda Pearl POTTER (Cora Etta WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 29 Apr 1 884 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Minda was baptized submitted 29 Apr 
2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letters from Lawerence Wheeler Potter 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 30 Jan 1961 

A child of Minda Pearl Potter and Melford J. Dinges died in infency 

Minda married Melford J DINGES on Aug 1903. 
They had the following children: 
1 56 i. DINGES. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



Fourth Generation 

59. Bruce Jacob WHEELER (Frank I, Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 1 Jun 1914 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. He died 1989 and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Bruce was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Addie Kyle GufiBn 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 26 Jul 1956 

Bruce married Verdell RISETTER, daughter of Christopher RISETTER and Lettie FINNESTAD, 
on 12 Jun 1937. Verdell was bom 18 Feb 1912. She died 1993 and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery, 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

They had the following children: 

+ 157 F i. Jacqueline WHEELER was bom 22 May 1943. 

158 M ii. Bruce Craig WHEELER was bom 21 Jul 1947 in Paw Paw, Lee, lUinois. 

63. Robben FLEMING (Emily Jeanette WHEELER, Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 18 Dec 1916 in 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

Robben was made President of University of Michigan in 1968 

Family records of Addie Kyle Guffin 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd East, Des Moines, Iowa -26 Jul 1956 

Robben married Aldathe QUIXLEY, daughter of James Arthur QUIXLEY and Fannie ESTES, on 3 
Apr 1942. 



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Robben and Aldathe had the following children: 

1 59 F L Nancy Jo FLEMING was bom 28 Sep 1 946. 

160 M ii. James Arthur FLEMING was bom 27 Apr 1949. 

161 F iii. Carol Elizabeth FLEMING was bora 19 Aug 1954. 

64. Jack Kyle FLEMING (Emily Jeanette WHEELER, Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 22 Aug 1921 in 
Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

Family Rax)rds of Addie Kyle Gufiin 

Family Records of Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -26 Aug 1956 

Jack married Delores MILLER, daughter of Lester MILLER and Esther MCDANIEL, on 23 Jan 
1949. Delores was bora 9 Aug 1929. 

They had the following children: 

1 62 F i. Jeannie Kay FLEMING was bora 1 5 Sep 1 95 1 . 

65. Marilyn Adrian WHEELER (Robert Waldo, Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 25 Mar 1923 in Paw 
Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

Family records of Addie Kyle Guffin 

Family records of Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 26 Jul 1956 

Marilyn married Vincent C CASTLE, son of Clare W CASTLE and Gamett ATKINS. 
They had the following children: 

163 M i. Gary Wayne CASTLE was bora 23 Dec 1949 in Kansas City, , Missouri. 

1 64 M ii. Robert Clare CASTLE was bora 12 Jun 1 956 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. 

71 . John F SPEALMAN (Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 3 1 Dec 1 876 in 

Marietta, Marshall, Kansas. He died 30 Mar 1924 in Lincoln, , Nebraska. He was sealed to his parents 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. John was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 
Apr 2000. 

John F. Spealman was a Doctor 

Obituary in newspaper 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -1 Jul 1958 

John married Ruth L HOLMES on 30 Dec 1 903. 
Ruth was of Tecumsch 

John and Ruth had the following children: 

165 F i. Sarah SPEALMAN. 

166 F ii. Edith SPEALMAN. 

72. Cora BeUe SPEALMAN (Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 24 Jan 1 884 
in Marietta, Marshall, Kansas. She died 23 May 1915. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 
Apr 2000. Cora was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Obituary in newspaper 

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83. Josephine THOMASON (Myrtis Anice WHEELER, John Drake. Jacob) was bora 12 Sep 1 898 in 
Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

Josephine Thomason had two husbands (1) — Watson, (2) W. J. I>exheimer 
Josephine married (1) WATSON. 
They had the following children: 

1 75 M i. OrvUle WATSON was bom 26 Apr 1 9 1 8 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

Family records from Josephine Thomason Dexheimer 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 May 1959 

Orvilie married BiJlie LOWE on 1 7 Feb 1 942. 

Josephine also married (2) W J DEXHEIMER, son of John DEXHEIMER, on 22 Dec 1927. W J 
DEXHEIMER was bom 24 Aug 1898 in Sedalia, , Missouri. 

They had the following children: 

1 76 M ii. Donald DEXHEIMER was bom 26 Aug 1 935 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

Donald and Dorothy Dexheimer are twins 

Family records from Josephine Thomason Dexheimer 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 May 1959 

Donald married Helen COOPER on 15 Feb 1958. 

1 77 F iii. Dorothy DEXHEIMER was bom 26 Aug 1 935 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

D«ia]d and Dorothy Dexheimer are twins 

Family records from Josephine Thomason Dexheimer 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -21 May 1959 

Dorothy married Lyndel MORRIS on 5 Sep 1953. 

84. Irene THOMASON (Myrtis Anice WHEELER, John Drake, Jacob) was bom 1 5 Jul 1905 in 
Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

Irene Thomason had two husbands (1) Hart and (2) B.R. Scott 

Family records of Josephine Thomason Dexheimer 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 24 Jul 1959 

Irene married (1 ) HART. 

They had the following children: 

178 M i. LeroyHART. 

179 F ii. Katherine HART. 

Irene also married (2) B R SCOTT. 

100. John Michael WHEELER (Michael, John Drake, Jacob) was bom 29 Apr 1925 in Denison, 
Grayson, Texas. 

Letter from John Michael Wheeler on 28 Mar 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -28 Mar 1959 

John married Sophie Elizabeth REDONDO on 23 Sep 1944 in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. 



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Cora died when her daughter, Phyllis was three months old She was raised by one relative after another. 
Cora married Andrew ALEXANDER on 4 Jan 191 1 in Wymore, , Nebraska. 
They had the following children: 

167 F i. PhyllisALEXANDERwas bom Feb 1915. 

Phyllis' Mother, Cora Belle Spealman, died when Phyllis was three months old. Phyllis was 

raised by one relative after another. 

Obituary in newspaper 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -I Jul 1958 

73. Ernest Garfield SPEALMAN (Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob). 

Ernest Garfield Speabnan and Minnie Katherine Evans could have had more than 4 children, but we could not get 
names 

Letter from Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 

Tovra Clerk at Stockton, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -I Jul 1958 

Ernest married Minnie Katherine EVANS. 
They had the following children: 

168 F i. Baby SPEALMAN. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 

necessary. 

Baby girl who died ycmng 

169 F ii. Jessie SPEALMAN. 

170 M iii. Ernest SPEALMAN was bom 20 Jun 1916. 

Ernest Spealman and Evan Richard Spealman were twins 

1 7 1 M iv. Evan Richard SPEALMAN was bom 20 Jun 1 9 1 6. 

Ernest Spealman and Evan Richard Speahnan were twins 

74. Henry Jefferson SPEALMAN (Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob) died 1 1 May 
1951 in Wymore, , Nebraska. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Henry was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Vital Statistics of Marysville, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -4 April 1959 

Henry married Bertha Winnie KNIGHT. 

They had the following children: 

1 72 F i. Marvel Mae SPEALMAN was bom 28 Nov 1 9 1 3 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

Marvel Mae Spealman and Charles S. Crum had NO CHILDREN 

Vital Statistics of Marysville, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -- 4 Apr 1959 

Marvel married Charles S CRUM on 30 May 1940 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 
+ 173 M ii. John Ritchart SPEALMAN was bom 22 Jan 1915. 
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John and Sophie had the following children: 

1 80 F i. Carolyn R WHEELER was bom 1 4 Sep 1 945 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

1 8 1 F ii. Linda A WHEELER was bom 1 3 May 1 947 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

1 82 M iii. John M WHEELER Junior was bom 6 Oct 1 948 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

1 83 M iv. Mark Drake WHEELER was bom 27 Jul 1 952 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

1 84 F V. Susan E WHEELER was bom 20 Mar 1 955 in Denison, Grayson, Texas. 

101. Dianah Vera BACON (Edna Laura ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 29 Dec 
1887 in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. She died 14 Jun 1931 in Oklahoma City, , Oklahoma and was 
buried 1 6 Jun 1 93 1 in Blackwell, , Oklahoma. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000, 
Dianah was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Dianah Vera Bacon had two husbands (1) Thomas Peters and (2) Madison Bumgardner 

Family records of Ruth Peters Winter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -19 Dec 1959 

Dianah married (1) Thomas PETERS, son of Benjamin PETERS and Ella Jane SCHOLL, on 1 907 
in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. They were sealed submitted 29 Apr 2000. Thomas was bora in Slatington, , 
Pennsylvania. He died 1941 in Chicago, Cook^ Illinois and was buried in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. He 
was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Thomas was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He 
was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

+ 185 F i. Ruth PETERS was bom 12 Sep 1912. 

+ 1 86 M ii. Thomas PETERS was bom 1 8 Aug 1914. 

Dianah also married (2) Madison BUMGARDNER Madison was bom in , , Kentucky. He died May 
1940 m Blackwell, , Oldahoma and was buried 9 May 1940 in Blackwell, , Oklahoma. Madison was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

1 87 M iii. Robert BUMGARDNER was bom 20 Jan 1 926 in Blackwell, , Oklahoma. 

Family records of Ruth Peters Winter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 F^t 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 Dec 1959 

Robert Bumgardncr and Jean had NO OfflDREN 

Robert married Jean on Aug 1957. Jean was bom in , , of Massachusetts. 

103. Burdette A BACON (Edna Laura ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 12 Mar 
1908 in Blackwell, , Oklahoma. 

Family records of Burdette Bacon 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 8 Feb 1957 

Burdette married Elvie SNELLING. 
They had the following children: 

1 88 M i. Burdette BACON was bom 27 Feb 1 932 in Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma. 

1 89 M ii. Martin BACON was bom 9 Feb 1 934 in Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma. 

^90 F iii. Edna Joyce BACON was bom 29 Oct 1936 in Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma. 



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107. Harry Eugene ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
in Mendota, LaSalle, Illinois. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on November 1 5, 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, I>es Moines, Iowa - 15 Nov 1959 

Harry married Flora HARMON. 

They had the following children: 

191 F i. Margarete ALDRICH was bom 1918 in Des Moines, , Iowa. 

1 92 M ii. Eugene ALDRICH was bom Mar 1 9 1 6 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

108. Walter Blanchard ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was 
bom 1894 in Dixon, , Illinois. He died 31 Dec 1951 in Winfield, , Kansas and was buried in Wichita, , 
Kansas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Walter was baptized submitted 29 Apr 
2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Frank L Aldrich, Jr. on November 15, 1959 

Records from Phyllis Gray 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 15 Nov 1959 

Walter marri«i Grace HAMLIN. 

They had the following children: 
+ 1 93 F i. Phyllis Grace ALDRICH was bora 7 Aug 1 926. 

+ 1 94 F ii. CoUeen Carolyn ALDRICH was bom 1 3 Jan 1 927. 
+ 195 M iii. Walter Blanchard ALDRICH Junior was bom 26 Aug 1 930. 

109. Herbert Earl ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
1896 in Dixon, , Illinois. He died 6 Feb 1952 in Fort Worth, , Texas and was buried 9 Feb 1952 in 
Fort Worth, , Texas. He was sealed to his parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Herbert was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -27 May 1962 

Herbert married Nadine OLDFIELD on 9 Nov 1916. Nadine was bom 1 Jun 1900 in Wichita, , 
Kansas. 

They had the following children: 

1 96 M i. WilUam Herbert ALDRICH was bom 3 Dec 1 922 in Fort Worth, , Texas. 

Letter from Phyllis Aldrich Gray 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

William married June BROOKE on 21 Apr 1946. 

1 97 M ii. Robert E ALDRICH was bom 4 Oct 1 927 in Fort Worth, , Texas. 

Letter from Phyllis Aldrich Gray 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

Robert married Margaret STRACHAN on 1 Sep 1949. 

1 10. John PhUUp ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 






TO'a 



1898 in DLxon, , Illinois. 

John Phillip Aldrich was known as Phillip 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 1 5 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

John married Ruth MATTHEWS. 
They had the following children: 

198 F i. Darlene ALDRICH. 

199 F a. Louise ALDRICH. 

1 12. Josephine Gladys ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was 
bom in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa --15 nov 1959 

Josephine Gl^lys Aldrich and Carl Harris are divorced and she lives in Sterling, Dlinois 

Josephine married Carl HARRIS. The marriage ended in divorce. 
They had the following children: 

200 F i. Celesta HARRIS. 

201 F ii. Jeane HARRIS. 

202 F iii. Roberta HARRIS. 

203 F iv. Joy HARRIS. 

204 F V. Gloria HARRIS. 

205 M vi. David HARRIS. 

206 M vii. Carl HARRIS. 

207 M viii. Herbert HARRIS. 

208 F ix. NataUe HARRIS. 

1 1 3. Luda Abby ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 2 
Jun 1905 in Wichita, , Kansas. She died in Oakland, , California. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

She lived in Oakland, California 

Lucia married James PARK. James died 1947 in Oakland, , California. James was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. He was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

They had the following children: 

209 M i. James PARK. 

1 14. Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH Junior (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) 
was bom in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Letter from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. cm 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 



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Frank married Clarissa WHITLOCK. 
They had the following children: 

210 F i. Juanita Jane ALDRICH. 

211 F ii. Shirley Mae ALDRICH. 

1 16. Wayne Charles ALDRICH (Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
in Wichita, , Kansas. 

LettCT from Frank L. Aldrich, Jr. on 15 Nov 1959 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -15 nov 1959 

Wayne Charles Aldrich lives in Grand Junction, Colorado 

Wayne married Barbara CROWE. 
They had the following children: 

212 M I Clinton ALDRICH. 

213 M it Son ALDRICH. 

214 F iii. Daughter ALDRICH. 

120. Mary Lovina ATHERTON (Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
4 Aug 1 903 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Mary married James W DUNLOP on 20 Mar 1 92 1 . 
They had the following children: 
+ 2 1 5 M i. James W DUNLAP Junior was bom 24 Mar 1 922. 

122. JuUa Josephine ATHERTON (Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was 
bom 4 Jul 1 907 m Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Julia married Otto STALLINGS. 

They had the following children: 
+ 216 M i. Lewis STALLINGS was bom 24 Dec 1924. 
+ 217 F ii. Alta Marie STALLINGS was bom 4 Aug 1932. 

123. Claudia Ivene ATHERTON (Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
26 Nov 1 909 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Letters from Mary L Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Claudia Ivene Atherton married (1) Bamie Ritchie and (2) Earl Sanders 



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1 90 1 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. She died 1 5 Sep 1 942. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 
Apr 2000. Ida was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Marlah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 
History compiled by Ada Miller, IDes Moines, Iowa — 25 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Ida married Marion RHYNARD. 
They had the following children: 

224 M i. Frank RHYNARD. 

225 F ii. Elizabeth RHYNARD. 

226 M iii. Robert RHYNARD. 

1 29. Alva Edwin GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 24 
Nov 1903 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 25 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Alva Edwin Gish married (1) Rose Brown and (2) Zenda Robinson or Robison 

He divorced Rose Brown in 1933 

Alva married (1) Rose BROWN on 1926. 
They had the following children: 

227 M i. WiUiamDGISH. 

Alva also married (2) Zenda ROBINSON on 23 May 1934. 

Zenda's last name was either Robinson or Robison 

Alva and Zenda had the following children: 

228 M ii. MarshaU Edwin GISH was bom 27 Oct 1 936. 

229 M iii. Larry Morgan GISH was bom 14 Oct 1 938. 

1 30. Flossie Marie GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 6 
May 1 907 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 
History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 25 Jan 1 954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Mr and Mrs. Clifton Emery, 4091 Lowe Street, Fresno, California 

Flossie married Clifton EMERY, son of Oliver Cromwell EMERY and Annabelle THOMPSON, on 
5 Nov 1932 in Reno, , Nevada. Clifton was bom 12 Jul 191 1 in Stringtown, , Oklalioma. 

They had the following children: 

230 F i. Joyce Patricia EMERY was bom 26 Oct 1 938 in Fresno, Fresno, Califomia. 

131. Ruby Sunshine GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 
Oct 1909 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma, 

AJva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 



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Claudia married (1) Barnie RITCHIE. 

Claudia also married (2) Earl SANDERS. 

They had the following children: 
+ 218 F i. Sandra Sue SANDERS was bom 1 May 1935. 

126. Irena May GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 4 Sep 
1896 in Bushton, Rice, Kansas. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death, 
FMstory compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 25 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Irena married Elgie MILLER, son of Charles Frederick MILLER and Edna Ethel BERRIER, on 1 Jul 
1932. 

They had the following children: 

+ 219 M i. James Ernest MILLER 

220 M u. Raybert Elgie MILLER 

Irena Mae Gish Miller 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 1 Apr 1962 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Raybert Elgie Miller and Lorraine Norma Buerle were expecting in 1962 

Raybert married Lorraine Norma BUERLE on 18 Jun 1962 in Tacoma, , 
Washington. Lorraine was bom in Eatonville, , Washington. 

It looks like her father's name is Bert Carson Roberts?? 

127. Ira M GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 9 Aug 1898 

in Ellis, Ellis, Kansas. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 25 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Ira M. Gish married (1) Tola Hobbs, later divorced and married (2) Louise 

Lra M. Gish and Louise have adopted a baby boy 

Ira married (1 ) Tola HOBBS. 

They had the following children: 

221 F i. NadineGISH. 

Nadine is married and has one child 

222 M ii. Eldon GISH. 

Ira also married (2) Louise. 
They had the following children: 

223 M iii. Son GISH. 

128. Ida Olive GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was -bom 21 May 



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History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 25 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Mr and Mrs Willard Jemson, 370 Westwood Drive, Berrien Springs, Midugan 

Ruby married Willard JEMSON, son of Andrew JEMSON and Sarah MCNEE. Willard was bom 4 
Apr 1910 in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, 

They had the following children: 

231 M i. Cyril JEMSON was bom IJun 1933 in Walla Walla, , Washington. 

Letter from Ruby Gish Jemson 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 25 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Cyril married Louise CURYK on 3 Jun 1956. 

132. Rolla Elbert GISH (Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 16 
May 1912 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Alva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 25 Jan 1954 

Margje Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Mr and Mrs Rolla Elbert Gish, 1033 MacArlen Way, North SaCTamento, California 

Rolla married Marjorie R GRAHAM, daughter of Frederick A GRAHAM Doctor and Nellie L 
PETERS, on 29 May 1933 in Walla Walla, , Washington. Marjorie was bom 1 Oct 1910 in Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah. 

They had the following children: 

+ 232 F i. Toinette GISH was bom 30 Nov 1 937. 

133. Barbara ATHERTON (George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 13 Apr 
1899 in, Ellis, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Barbara married Eugene HH^LMAN, son of Henry HILLMAN and Dora, on 1 Jun 1920 m Collyer, , 
Kansas. Eugene was bom 23 Jan 1893 in , Trego, Kansas. 

They had the following children: 

+ 233 F i. Mary Lovina HILLMAN was bom 23 Jul 1921. 

234 F ii. Hanora Dora HILLMAN was bom 23 Apr 1 923 in Ogallah, Trego, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Hanora Dora Hillman and Fred Saindon had NO CHILDREN 

Hanora married Fred SAINDON on 28 Feb 1 942. 
+ 235 M iii. George Wilbur HILLMAN was bom 5 Sep 1 924. 

236 M iv. Wayne Adair HILLMAN was bom 30 Aug 1 926 in Ogallah, Trego, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, lovra 

Wayne married Marie HILE on 22 Jun 1952. 



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237 M V. Leiand Eugene HILLMAN was bom 5 Oct 1 93 1 in Ogailah, , Kansas. 

1 38. Margarete ATHERTON (George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 4 
Mar 1912 in , Ellis, Kansas. 

Margarete Athcrton married twice - (1) Joseph Grady and (2) Alfred Christensen 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Dcs Moines, Iowa 

Margarete married (1) Joseph GRADY. 
They had the following children: 
+ 238 M i. James Joseph GRADY. 

Margarete also married (2) Alfred CHRISTENSEN. 
They had the following children: 
+ 239 F ii. DeUa Arlene CHRISTENSEN. 

240 M ill Alfred WendeU CHRISTENSEN. 

Alfred married Brenda GERTSNER. 

241 M iv. David Lee CHRISTENSEN. 

140. Frances Irene ATHERTON (George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 3 
Aug 1916 in Sharon Springs, Wallace, Kansas. 

Letter from Frances Irene Gfeller records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 30 Mar 1959 

Frances married Myron Shoffner GFELLER, son of E J GFELLER and Ivy SHOFFNER, on 9 Oct 
1937 in Wallace, Wallace, Kansas. Myron was bom 7 Nov 1913 in Winona, Logan, Kansas. 

They had the following children: 

+ 242 F i. Eleanor Fawn GFELLER was bom 3 Aug 1938. 

243 M ii. James Myron GFELLER was bom 7 Feb 1 943 in Junction City, Geary, Kansas. 

244 F ill. Donna Jean GFELLER was bom 12 Dec 1944 in Junction City, Geary, Kansas. 

She died 29 Jul 1945. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

245 F iv. Frances Louise GFELLER was bora 25 Oct 1 949 in Cheyenne Wells, , Colorado. 

246 F V. Margaret Ann GFELLER was bom 1 Dec 1 958 in Oakley, Logan, Kansas. 

144. Effie Melvina OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
5 Dec 191 1 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. She died 20 Dec 1961 in Palco, Rooks, Kansas. She was sealed 
to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Effie was baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
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Effie married Percy PYWELL on 13 Mar 1936 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

247 F i. Flora Ann PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Flora and Beverly were injured in an accident when Effie was killed 

Flora married Harry YOUNG. 

248 M ii. George PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

249 M iii. Richard PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

250 M iv. LeRoy PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

25 1 F V. Wilma PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

252 F vi. Beverly PYWELL was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Flora and Beverly were injured in an accident when Effie was {dlled 

145. Willis Harold OUDERKERK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovma WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
13 Sep 1913 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Edna Atherton Ouderkirk 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Willis married Ernestine BOLEN on 30 Dec 1939. 
They had the following children: 

253 M i. Gary OUDERKIRK. 

254 M ii. Dennis OUDERKmK. 

1 46. Delmer Lurae OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
8 Apr 191 5 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Mrs. Delmer L. Ouderkirk 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Delmer married NelUe CHENEY, daughter of Aaron Hugh CHENEY and Rachel TADLOCH, on 24 
Jun 1938 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. Nellie was bom 13 Jun 1920 in Hyland Bend, , Utah. 

They had the following children: 

255 M i. Donald Larry OUDERKIRK was bom 10 Aug 1940 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. He died 

28 Jun 1 942. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

256 M ii. Terry Lee OUDERKIRK was bom 9 Sep 1 943 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

257 F iii. Ginny Rae OUDERKIRK was bom 1 7 Nov 1 944 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

258 F iv. Becky Lynn OUDERKIRK was bom 2 May 1 949 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 



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259 F V. Christine OUDERKIRK was bom 5 Jul 1 953 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

260 M vi. Scott Brady OUDERKIRK was bom 22 Apr 1 955 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

261 M vii. Cort Dairus OUDERKIRK was bom 28 Jul 1 958 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. 

147. Jessie DeUa OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
14 May 191 8 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Athcrton Ouderkirk 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 

Jessie lives in Eagle, Idaho 

Jessie married William L MURRAY on 2 Sep 1937 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

262 M i. Lloyd MURRAY. 

263 F ii. Evelyn MURRAY. 

264 F iii. Ethel MURRAY. 

265 M iv. William MURRAY. 

266 M V. Ralph MURRAY. 

267 M vi. Lawrence MURRAY. 

268 M vii. Robert MURRAY. 

148. Reva Alice OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 
Dec 1919m Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Atherton Ouderkirk 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 

Reva lives in Zurich,Kansas 

Reva married Fred HIXON on 3 1 Dec 1 937 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

269 F i. Connie HIXON was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

270 F ii. Sharon HIXON was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

271 F iii. Juanita HIXON was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

272 M iv. LoweU HIXON was bora in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

149. Avery Dale OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
20 Dec 1921 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Avery Dale Ouderkirk married (1) Clara Elam , (2) Trellis T. Rollins and (3) Mrs. Ruth Warren 19 Aug 1953 

Family records of Flora Atherton Ouderkirk 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, lovk'a ~ 3 Jan 1954 

Avery married (1) Clara ELAM. The marriage ended in divorce. 
They had the following children: 

273 M i. Dale OUDERKIRK. 



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274 M ii. WendeU OUDERKIRK. 
Avery also married (2) Trellis T ROLLINS. 

Avery also married (3) Ruth WARREN Mrs on 19 Aug 1953. 

1 50. Milton Henry OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 
1 1 Dec 1925 in Minneapolis, Ottawa, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Atherton Ouderkirk 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Dcs Moines, Iowa - 17 Feb 1959 

Milton married Nona BOUCHER on 20 Jun 1946. 
They had the following children: 

275 F i. Carolyn OUDERKIRK was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

276 F ii. Careline OUDERKIRK was bom in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

277 M iii. Michael OUDERKIRK was bom 28 Sq) 1954 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

278 F iv. Jeannie OUDERKIRK was bom 1 1 Sep 1958 m Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

279 M V. OUDERKIRK was bom 1 3 Oct 1 959 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

151. Novella Arlene OUDERKIRK (Flora Edna ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) was 
bom 22 May 1930 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 

Family records of Flora Atherton Ouderkirk 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 17 Feb 1959 

Novella married Frank STEFFY Junior on 5 Dec 1 948 in Zurich, Rooks, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

280 M i. Frank STEFFY was bom 9 Apr 1 954 in Walla Walla, , Washington. 

28 1 M ii. Odell STEFFY was bom 24 Oct 1 956 in Nampa, Idaho, Idaho. 

1 55. Flora Mary ECKERT (Addie Louise RUMSEY, Flora Delanor WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 21 Oct 

1 883 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illmois. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Flora was 
baptized submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Letter from Claude Elckert 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 30 Jan 1961 

Flora Maiy Eckert and N.R. Hammat had 2 girls 

Flora married N R HAMMAT. 
They had the following children: 

282 F i. HAMMAT. 

283 F ii. HAMMAT. 



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Fifth Generation 

1 57. Jacqueline WHEELER (Bruce Jacob, Frank I, Beniah Jacob, Jacob) was bom 22 May 1943 in Paw 
Paw, Lee, Illinois. 

Robert W. Wheeler, 4717 Seeley Avenue, Downers Grove, Illinois 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -16 Sep 1963 

Jacqueline married Gary Dee MCLAUGHLIN, son of Dee Newton MCLAUGHLIN and Darlene 
ETZBACH, on 22 Jun 1963 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. Gary was bom 16 Sep 1941 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. 

They had the following children: 

284 F i. MicheUe Marie MCLAUGHLIN was bom 27 Apr 1964 in Mendota, , Illinois. 

173. John Ritchart SPEALMAN (Henry Jefferson SPEALMAN, Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 22 Jan 1915 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

John married MoUy FISCHER on 20 May 1 935 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

They had the foUowmg children: 

+ 285 F i. Joyce Elaine SPEALMAN was bom 20 Nov 1 936. 

286 F ii. Patricia Ann SPEALMAN was bom 3 1 Oct 194 1 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

Vital Statistics of Marysville, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - April 4, 1959 

Patricia married Richard Lee TALBERT on 8 Feb 1958 in Marysville, Marshall, 
Kansas. 

287 M iii. John Richard SPEALMAN was bom 4 Feb 1944 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

174. Gladys Irene SPEALMAN (Henry Jefferson SPEALMAN, Sarah Maria CASS, Sarah Jane 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 12 Jan 1920 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. She died 17 Sep 1957 in 
Marysville, Marshall, Kansas and was buried in Mar>'sville, Marshall, Kansas. Gladys was baptized 
submitted 29 Apr 2000. She was endowed submitted 29 Apr 2000. 

Vital Statistics of Marysville, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - April 4, 1959 

Gladys married Harry LATTIMORE on 29 Aug 1948 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

288 M i. Richard Lee LATTIMER was bom 1 5 Sep 1949 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

289 M ii, James Alfred LATTIMER was bom 22 Nov 1950 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

290 M iii. Thomas Charles LATTIMER was bom 1 Mar 1 952 in Marysville, Marshall, 

Kansas. 

291 M iv. Raymond Lee LATTIMER was bom 1 1 Mar 1 953 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

1 85. Ruth PETERS (Dianah Vera BACON, Edna Laura ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) 
was bom 12 Sep 1912 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. 

Family records of Ruth Peters winter 



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Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 Dec 1959 
Ruth married Jacob WINTER. 
They had the following children: 
+ 292 M i. Jacob WINTER Junior was bom 8 Jun 1 934. 

1 86. Thomas PETERS (Dianah Vera BACON, Edna Laura ALDRICH, Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) 
was bom 18 Aug 1914 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. 

Thcmas lives in Samoa 

Family records of Ruth Peters Winter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 I>ec 1959 

Thomas married Lina on 1953. Lina was bom in Apia, , Western Samoa. 
They had the following children: 

293 M i. Ronald Sasa PETERS was bom 3 Mar 1954 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

California. 

294 M ii. Raymond Eugene PETERS was bom 13 Sep 1 955 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

California. 

295 F iii. Failani Eseta PETERS was bom 26 Feb 1 957 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

Califomia. 

296 F iv. Betty Wynita PETERS was bom 15 Apr 1 958 in Pago Pago, , Western Samoa. 

297 M V. Joseph Martin PETERS was bom 8 Sep 1 959 in Pago Pago, , Western Samoa. 

1 93. Phyllis Grace ALDRICH (Walter Blanchard ALDRICH, Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah Drake 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 7 Aug 1 926 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Phyllis Aldrich Gray, 8001 Momingside Street, Wichita, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -27 May 1962 

Phyllis married Gene Leonard GRAY on 12 Oct 1947 in Wichita, , Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

298 M i. Stephen Leonard GRAY was bom 23 Jun 1949 in Wichita, , Kansas. He died 15 

Dec 1949. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

299 M ii. Stanton Gene GRAY was bom 4 Jun 1 95 1 in Wichita, , BCansas. 

300 F iii. Lori Coleen GRAY was bora 12 Jan 1957 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

194. Colleen Carolyn ALDRICH (Walter Blanchard ALDRICH, Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, Dianah 
Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 3 Jan 1927 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Phyllis Aldrich Gray, 8001 Momingside Street, Wichita, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -27 May 1962 

Colleen Carolyn Aldrich had two husbands, (1) William James Quinlish and (2) Lome B. Pratt 

Colleen married (1) Lome B PRATT on 21 Dec 1959 in Apple Valley, , California. 
They had the following children: 

301 M i. Timothy James PRATT was bom in Wichita, , Kansas. 



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Timothy James Pratt was adopted by Colleen Carol)!! Aldrich and Lome B. Pratt 

302 M ii. Marc Waverly PRATT was bom 1 5 Jan 1 959. He died 1 9 Jan 1 959. Because he 

died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

303 M iii. Tom Carlo PRATT was bom 1 7 Oct 1 959 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Tom Carlo Pratt was adopted by Colleen Carolyn Aldrich and Lome B. Pratt 

304 M iv. David Lome PRATT was bom 7 Sep 1961 in Pomona, , California. 

Colleen also married (2) WiUiam James QUINLISH on 5 Mar 1949. 
They had the following children: 

305 F V. Carolyn Elizabeth QUINLISH was bom 3 Jun 1 95 1 . She died 3 Jun 1 95 1 . Because 

she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 95. Walter Blancbard ALDRICH Junior (Walter Blanchard ALDRICH, Frank Lorenzo ALDRICH, 
Dianah Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 26 Aug 1 930 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Walter Blanchard Aldrich, Jr. had two wives, (1) Margaret TTiompson and (2) Ethel Hiebert 

Records of Phyllis Aldrich Gray 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa -27 May 1962 

Walter married (I) Margaret THOMPSON. Margaret was bom in Augusta, , Kansas. 
They had the following children: 
3 06 F i. Kerry Lynn ALDRICH was bom 20 Oct 1 95 1 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

Walter also married (2) Ethel HIEBERT. 
They had the following children: 

307 M ii. Walter Blanchard ALDRICH lU was bom 22 Apr 1 957 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

308 F iii. Susan Louella ALDRICH was bom 3 Feb 1 959 in Wichita, , Kansas. 

309 F iv. Nancy Sara ALDRICH was bom 29 Jul 1 961 in San Bernardino, , California. 

2 1 5. James W DUNLAP Junior (Mary Lovma ATHERTON, Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 24 Mar 1922. 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 3 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

James married Helen CHREECH. 
They had the following children: 

3 1 M i. Richard AUen DUNLAP was bom 5 May 1 948. 

3 1 1 M ii. Thomas AUen DUNLAP was bom 28 Oct 1 953. 

216. Lewis STALLINGS (Julia Josephine ATHERTON, Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 24 Dec 1924. 

Letters from Mary L. Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 Jan 1954 



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Margje Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Lewis married Dorothy GOSS on 2 May 1 948. 
Tliey had the following children: 

312 M i. Michael STALLINGS. 

313 M ii. PhiUip STALLINGS. 

314 F Hi. Deborah Ann STALLINGS. 

217. Alta Marie STALLINGS (Julia Josephine ATHERTON, Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 4 Aug 1932. 

Letters from Mary L Dunlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 
History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, lovfa - 3 Jan 1954 
Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Alta married LeRoy HAIGHT. 
They had the following children: 

315 M i. Larry Leroy HAIGHT. 

316 M ii. Leonard HAIGHT. 

218. Sandra Sue SANDERS (Claudia Ivene ATHERTON, Orian Lewis ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 1 May 1935 in Alva, Woods, Oklahoma. 

Letters from Mary L. Dimlap, 1561 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, California 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 3 Jan 1954 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Sandra Sue Sanders was married two times (1) Leonard A. Kittle and (2) Earl Elton Lynn 

Sandra married (1) Leonard A KITTLE. Leonard died 22 Nov 1 952. 
They had the following children: 

3 1 7 M i. Charles Dewayne KITTLE was bom 12 Oct 1 95 1 . He died 1 2 Oct 1 95 1 . Because 

he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

3 1 8 F ii. Linda Sue KITTLE was bom 14 Oct 1 952. 
Sandra also married (2) Earl Elton LYNN on 4 Jan 1954. 

219. James Ernest MILLER (Irena May GISH, Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, 
Jacob). 

Ircna Mae Gish Miller 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 1 Apr 1962 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

James married Virginia Mae CONRAD, daughter of Paul CONRAD and Mary, on 3 1 Aug 1958 in 
Medford, , Oregon. 

They had the following children: 

3 1 9 F i. Debra Lynn MILLER was bom 1 9 May 1 960 in Tacoma, , Washington. 

320 M ii. Daniel Lee MILLER was bom 13 Nov 1961. 



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232. Toinette GISH (Rolla Elbert GISH, Martha Mariah ATHERTON, Mary Lovina WHEELER, Jacob) 
was bom 30 Nov 1937 in Merced, Merced, California. 

AJva Edwin Gish's Records-compiled by Martha Mariah Atherton Gish, several years before her death. 

History compiled by Ada Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 1 June 1959 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Mr and Mrs Rolla Elbert Gish, 1033 MacArlen Way, North SaCTamento, California 

Toinette married Ronald Malcolm NEAK on 6 Sep 1955. 
They had the following children: 

32 1 F i. Victoria Cay NEAR was bom 26 Jun 1 956 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California. 

233. Mary Lovina HILLMAN (Barbara ATHERTON, George W ATHERTON, Maiy Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 23 Jul 1921 in Ogallah, Trego, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mary married Raymond CASEY on 2 1 Oct 1 944. 
They had the following children: 

322 F i. Gayle CASEY was bom 1 1 Oct 1 945 in Zurich, , Kansas. 

323 M ii. James CASEY was bom 2 1 Feb 1949 in Zurich, , Kansas. 

235. George Wilbur HILLMAN (Barbara ATHERTON, George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 5 Sep 1 924 in Ogallah, Trego, Kansas. 

Family records of Barbara Atherton Hillman 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

George married Carmeleta CAMPBELL on 1 8 Nov 1947. 
They had the followmg children: 

324 F i. Sandra HILLMAN was bom 1 Jun 1948 in Sugar City, , Colorado. 

325 M ii. James HILLMAN was bom 3 Sep 1949 in Sugar City, , Colorado. 

326 M ill Jerry HILLMAN was bom 23 Dec 1 950 in Sugar City, , Colorado. 

327 F iv. Bonnie HILLMAN was bom 30 Apr 1 952 in Sugar City, , Colorado. 

238. James Joseph GRADY (Margarete ATHERTON, George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob). 

Letter from Delia Arlene Rogers 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 1 Jun 1959 

James married Joanne MOON. 
They had the following children: 

328 M i. James Joseph GRADY Junior, 

329 F ii. Patricia CoUeen GRADY. 

330 M iii. Patrick Kevin GRADY. 

331 M iv. Michael Steven GRADY. 



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239. Delia Arlene CHRISTENSEN (Margarete ATHERTON, George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob). 

Letter from Delia Arlene Rogers 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 21 May 1959 

Delia married Donald Clarence ROGERS. 
They had the following children: 

332 M i. Jeffrey Donald ROGERS. 

333 M ii. Kelly C ROGERS. 

334 F iii. Marci ROGERS. 

242. Eleanor Fawn GFELLER (Frances Irene ATHERTON, George W ATHERTON, Mary Lovina 
WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 3 Aug 1 938 in Hays, Ellis, Kansas. 

Eleanor married Eldon Lee ROHN on 13 Jun 1955. 

They had the following children: 

335 M i. Rodney Lee ROHN was bom 20 Aug 1 956 in Cheyenne Wells, , Colorado. 



Sixth Generation 

285. Joyce Elaine SPEALMAN (John Ritchart SPEALMAN, Henry Jefferson SPEALMAN, Sarah Maria 
CASS, Sarah Jane WHEELER, Jacob) was bom 20 Nov 1936 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

Vital Statistics of Marysville, Kansas 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 4 Apr 1959 

Joyce married Marvin RICHLEN on 27 Nov 1954 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 
They had the following children: 

336 F i. MoUy Ann RICHLEN was bom 4 Jan 1956 in Marysville, Marshall, Kansas. 

292. Jacob WINTER Junior (Ruth PETERS, Dianah Vera BACON, Edna Laura ALDRICH, Dianah 
Drake WHEELER, Jacob) was bora 8 Jun 1934 in Fairview, , Oklahoma. 

Family records of Ruth Peters Winter 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, fowa - 19 Dec 1959 

Jacob married Marjorie WESTPHAL on 27 Jul 1954. 
They had the following children: 

337 F i. Elizabeth Ann WINTER was bom 27 Jul 1 955 in Okeene, , Oklahoma. 

338 F ii. Dianah Sue WINTER was bom 1 8 Oct 1 958 in Okeene, , Oklahoma. 



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Name 

,Jean 187S 

, Juanita 121S 

, Lina 1 86S 

, Louise 127S 

ADRIAN, Beulah 15S 

ALDRICH, Clinton 212 

ALDRICH, Colleen Carolyn(b. 1 927) 1 94 

ALDRICH, Darlene 198 

ALDRICH, Daughter 214 

ALDRICH, Edna Laura(b. 1866) ... 40 

AXDRICH,Eugene(b.l9I6) 192 

ALDRICH, Frank Lorenzo(b. 1868) . 41 

ALDRICH, Frank Lorenzo Junior . 114 

ALDRICH, Harry Eugene 107 

ALDRICH, Henry(b.I891) 106 

ALDRICH, Henry B(b.l843) 7S 

ALDRICH, Herbert Earl(b. 1896) . 109 

ALDRICH, James 115 

ALDRICH, John PhiUipCb. 1 898) . 110 

ALDRICH, Josephine Gladys ... 112 

ALDRICH, Juanita Jane 210 

ALDRICH, Kerry Lynn(b. 1951).. 306 

ALDRICH, Louise 199 

ALDRICH, Lucia Abby(b. 1 905) . 113 

ALDRICH, Lucia E(b.l 871) 42 

ALDRICH, Margarete(b.l918) .. 191 

ALDRICH, Nancy Sara(b. 1 96 1 ) . . 309 

ALDRICH, Phyllis Grace(b. 1 926) 1 93 

ALDRICH, Robert E(b. 1 927) ... 1 97 

ALDRICH, Robert William(d. 1 926) 1 1 1 

ALDRICH, Shirley Mae 211 

ALDRICH, Son 213 

ALDRICH, Susan LoueUa(b.l959) 308 

ALDRICH, Walter B(b. 1894) ... 108 

ALDRICH, Walter B Junior(b. 1930) 1 95 



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ALDRICH, Walter B III(b. 1 957) . 307 
ALDRICH, Wayne Charles 116 



ALDRICH, William Herbert(b. 1922) 

ALEXANDER, Andrew 

ALEXANDER, Phyllis(b. 1915) 

ALLEY, Clarence 

ATHERTON,Anna(b.l906) . 
ATHERTON, Barbara(b.l899) 



ATHERTON, George W(b. 1 877) . 

ATHERTON, Harry Edwin(b.l 885) 
ATHERTON, James E(b. 1914) 
ATHERTON, James Edwin(b. 1851) 
ATHERTON, Julia J(b. 1 907) . , 



ATHERTON, 
ATPffiRTON, 
ATHERTON, 
ATHERTON, 
ATHERTON, 



Katherine(b.l901) 
Laura(b.l903) . . 
Lena Elnora(b. 1883) 
LillieMay(b.l901) 
Margarete(b.l912) 



ATHERTON, Martha M(b. 1875) 



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72S 
167 
136S 
136 
133 



ATHERTON, Bemadine(b. 1921) . 141 
ATHERTON, Claudia Ivene(b. 1 909) 123 

ATHERTON, Elida(b. 1908) .... 137 
ATHERTON, Flora Edna(b. 1886) . 48 

ATHERTON, Frances Irene(b.l916) 140 



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138 

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ATHERTON, Mary Lovina(b. 1 903) 1 20 

ATHERTON, Nellie Lorena(b. 1 898) 118 
ATHERTON, OrianLewis(b. 1871) . 43 

ATHERTON, Orian Lewis(b.l904) 121 

ATHERTON, Robert LeRoy(b. 1891) 50 

ATHERTON, Walter Henry(b. 1 888) 49 

ATHERTON, William(b. 1893) ... 51 

BACON, Burdette(b. 1932) 188 

BACON, Burdette A(b. 1 908) ... 1 03 



BACON, Child 

BACON, Dianah Vera(b.l887) 



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BACON, Edna Joyce(b- 1936) ... 190 

BACON, Elvie S.(b.l904) 105 

BACON, Jesse H(d. 1950) 102 

BACON, Martin(b. 1934) 189 

BACON, Martin Van Buren(b. 1 860) 40S 

BALDWIN, May 53S 

BARKLEY, Melvin W 1 19S 

BARTLETT, Flora 117 

BARTLETT, Joseph Bert(b. 1870) . 42S 

BLANCHARD,Minerva(b.l869) .. 41 S 

BLYTHE, Martha E(b. 1850) 6S 

BOLEN, Ernestine 145S 

BOUCHER, Nona 150S 

BOUTWELL, Paul 14S 

BREESE, BerthaM 13S 

BROOKE, June 196S 

BROWN, Rose 129S 

BUERLE, Lorraine Norma 220S 

BUMGARDNER, Madison(d.l940) lOlS 

BUMG ARDNER, Robert(b. 1 926) 1 87 

CAMPBELL, Carmeleta 235S 

CASEY, Gay le(b. 1945) 322 

CASEY, James(b. 1949) 323 

CASEY, Raymond 233S 

CASS, Aaron D(b. 1859) 22 

CASS, Aaron Jacob(b. 1835) 4S 

CASS, Dyke 29 

CASS, Edwin Beniah(b.l86!) .... 23 

CASS, Emma(b.l873) 26 

CASS, Ida 28 

CASS, John M(b. 1863) 24 

CASS, Martha Ann 27 

CASS, Mati]da(b. 1866) 25 

CASS, Sarah Maria(b.l 858) 21 

CASTLE, Gary Wayne(b. 1 949) . . 1 63 

CASTLE, Robert Clare(b. 1 956) . . 1 64 

CASTLE, Vincent C 65S 

CHENEY, Nellie(b. 1920) 146S 

CHREECH, Helen 215S 

CHRISTENSEN, Alfred 138S 

CHRISTENSEN, Alfred Wendell . 240 

CHRISTENSEN, David Lee 241 

CHRISTENSEN, DeUaAriene ... 239 



CONRAD, Virginia Mae 219S 

COOPER, Helen 176S 

COX, Syble 81S 

CROWE, Barbara 116S 

CRUM, Charles S 172S 

CURYK, Louise 231S 



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DAVIS, Lou 36S 

DEXHEIMER,Donald(b.l935) .. 176 
DEXHEIMER, Dorothy(b. 1 935) . 1 77 

DEXHEIMER,WJ(b.l898) 83S 

DINGES, 156 

DINGES, Melford J 57S 

DRAKE,Martha(b.l814) IS 

DUNLAP, James W Junior(b. 1 922) 2 1 5 

DUNLAP, Richard Allen(b. 1948) . 310 
DUNLAP, Thomas Allen(b. 1953) . 311 

DUNLOP, James W 120S 

ECKERT, Claude 54S 

ECKERT, Flora Mary(b.l883) ... 155 

ELAM, Clara 149S 

EMERY, Clifton(b.l911) 130S 

EMERY, Joyce Patricia(b.l938) .. 230 

EVANS, Minnie Katherine 73S 

FISCHER, Molly 173S 

FLAIM,Richard 82S 

FLEMING, Carol Elizabeth(b. 1 954) 1 6 1 
FLEMING, Edmund Palmer(d.l933) 14S 
FLEMING, Edmund Wheeler(b.l91 5) 62 
FLEMING, Jack Kyle(b.l921) 64 

FLEMING, James Arthur(b. 1 949) 1 60 
FLEMING, Jeannie Kay(b. 1951) . 1 62 
FLEMING, Nancy Jo(b. 1 946) ... 159 
FLEMING, Robben(b.l916) 63 

FLETCHER, Ella M 56S 

FRICKE, Mary Anna 52S 

GERTSNER, Brenda 240S 

GFELLER, Donna Jean(b. 1 944) . 244 
GFELLER, Eleanor Fawn(b.l938) 242 

GFELLER, Frances Louise(b.l 949) 245 

GFELLER, James Myron(b. 1 943) 243 

GFELLER, Margaret Ann(b. 1 958) 246 

GFELLER, Myron Shof&er(b.l91 3) UOS^ 

GISH, Alva Edwin(b. 1903) 129 

GISH, Eldon 222 

GISH, Flossie Marie(b. 1 907) ... 130 

GISH, Ida 01ive(b. 1901) 128 

GISH, InaMaud(b. 1895) 125 

GISH, Ira M(b.l 898) 127 



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GISH,IrenaMay(b.l896) 126 16 

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GISH,IvaMyrtle(b.l895) 124 16 

GISH, Larry Morgan(b. 1938) ... 229 28 

GISH,MarehallEdwm(b.l936) .. 228 28 

GISH,Nadine 221 27 

GISH,RollaElbert(b.l912) 132 16 

29 

GISH, Ruby Sunshine(b. 1 909) . . 131 16 

28 

GISH, Samuel Franklin(b.l 867) .. . 44S 16 

GISH, Son 223 27 

GISH, Toinette(b. 1937) 232 29 

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GISH,Wil!iamD 227 28 

GOSS, Dorothy 216S 37 

GRABLE, Bertha 102S 13 

GRADY, James Joseph 238 30 

38 

GRADY, James Joseph Junior ... 328 38 

GRADY, Joseph 138S 30 

GRADY, Michael Steven 331 38 

GRADY, Patricia Colleen 329 38 

GRADY, Patrick Kevin 330 38 

GRAHAM, MarjorieR(b.l910) .. 132S 29 

GRAY, Gene Leonard 193S 35 

GRAY, LoriColeen(b. 1957) 300 35 

GRAY, Stanton Gene(b.l 951) .. . 299 35 

GRAY, Stephen Leonard(b. 1 949) . 298 35 

GUFFIN, EdwardF US 2 

HAIGHT, Larry Leroy 315 37 

HAIGHT, Leonard 316 37 

HAIGHT, LeRoy 217S 37 

HAMLIN, Grace 108S 24 

HAMMAT, 282 33 

HAMMAT, 283 33 

HAMMAT,N R 155S 33 

HARMON, Flora 107S 24 

HARRIS,Betty 95 12 

HARRIS, Carl 112S 25 

HARRIS, Cari 206 25 

HARRIS, Celesta 200 25 

HARRIS, Clyde 94 12 

HARRIS, David 205 25 

HARRIS, Dollie 97 12 

HARRIS, Gloria 204 25 

HARRIS, Herbert 207 25 

HARRIS, Jeane 201 25 

HARRIS, John . 96 12 

HARRIS,Joy 203 25 

HARRIS, June 98 12 



N ame LD 

HARRIS, Lorene 99 

HARRIS, Natalie 208 

HARRIS, RG 38S 

HARRIS, Roberta 202 

HARRISON, Edna 86S 

HART, 84S 

HART, AltaMay(b. 1868) 30 

HART, DeWitte(d. 1875) 5S 

HART, John Jay(b. 1872) 31 

HART, Katherine 179 

HART, Leroy 178 

HICKEY, Ellis 118S 

HIEBERT, Ethel 195S 

HILE, Marie 236S 

HILLMAN,Bonnie(b.l952) 327 

HILLMAN,Eugene(b.l893) .... 133S 
HILLMAN, George Wilbur(b.l924) 235 

HILLMAN,HanoraDora(b.l923) . 234 

HILLMAN,James(b.l949) 325 

HILLMAN,Jerry(b.l950) 326 

HILLMAN, Leland Eugene(b.l931) 237 

HILLMAN, Mary Lovina(b.l921) 233 

HILLMAN, Sandra(b. 1948) 324 

HELLMAN, Wayne Adair(b. 1 926) 236 

HDCON, Connie 269 

HIXON,Fred 148S 

HIXON, Juanita 271 

HIXON,Lowell 272 

HDCON, Sharon 270 

HOBBS,Tola 127S 

HOLMES, Ruth L 71S 

IVES, 95S 

JEMSON,Cyril(b.l933) 231 

JEMSON,WiUard(b.l910) 131S 

JONES, Arthur Lorenzo(b. 1868) .. 19 
JONES, George Emest(b. 1866) ... 18 . 
JONES, IvaMyrtle(b.l882) 20 

JONES, John Charles(b. 1864) 17 

JONES, LorenzoCb. 1833) 3S 

JONES, MyrtisMartha(b.l 859) ... 16 

KANAFACK, 99S 

KTITLE, Charles Dewayne(b. 1951) 317 

KITTLE, Leonard A(d.l 952) 218S 

KITTLE, Linda Sue(b.l952) 318 

KNIGHT, 134S 

KNIGHT, Bertha Winnie 74S 

KONKEB,Neva 70S 

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LATTIMER, James Alfred(b. 1 950) 
LATTIMER, Raymond Lee(b. 1 953) 
LATTIMER, Richard Lee(b. 1 949) 
LATTIMER, Thomas C(b.l952) . 

LATTIMORE, Harry 

LITTELL, Maxine 

LOWE, Billie 

LYND,HemiettaAmi(d.l964) . . . 

LYNN, Earl Elton 

MARTIN, Avis(b. 1900) 

MATTHEWS, Ruth 

MCCUEN, Mack 

MCFARLAND, L G 

MCLAUGHLIN, Gary Dee(b. 1 94 1 ) 
MCLAUGHLIN, Michelle M(b. 1 964) 

MERRITT, Leslie R 

MERRITT, William 

MILLER, Daniel Lee(b.l961) ... 
MILLER, Debra Lynn(b. 1 960) . . 

MILLER, Delores(b. 1929) 

MILLER, Elgie 

MILLER, James Ernest 

MILLER, Raybert Elgie 

MOON, Joanne 

MORRIS, Lyndel 

MORSE, Fred 

MURRAY, Ethel 

MURRAY, Evelyn 

MURRAY, Lawrence 

MURRAY, Lloyd 

MURRAY, Ralph 

MURRAY, Robert 

MURRAY, William 

MURRAY, WilliamL 

NEAR, Ronald Malcolm 

NEAR, Victoria Cay(b.l956) . . . 

NEEDHAM, Mack 

NELSON, James 

NELSON, Ona Rouell 

NICHOLLS, William D 

OGLE, Jennie(d. 1902) 

OLDFIELD,Nadine(b.l900) 

OUDERKIRK,(b.l959) 

OUDERKIRK, Avery Dale(b.l92I) 

OUDERKJRK, Becky Lynn(b.l949) 

OUDERKIRK, Careline 

OUDERKIRK, Carolyn 

OUDERKIRK, Christine(b. 1953) . 
OUDERKIRK, Cort Dairus(b.l958) 

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289 34 OUDERKIRK, Dale 273 32 

291 34 OUDERKIRK, DeImerL(b. 191 5) . 146 18 

288 34 3! 

290 34 OUDERKIRK, Dennis 254 31 

174S 34 OUDERKIRK, Donald Ub. 1940) .255 31 

69S 9 OUDERKIRK, EffieM(b. 191 1) . . 144 18 

175S 22 30 

45S 16 OUDERKIRK, Gary 253 31 

218S 37 OUDERKIRK, GinnyRae(b.l944) 257 31 

HIS 14 OUDERKIRK, JeannieCb. 1958) .. 278 33 

llOS 25 OUDERKIRK, Jessie DeUa(b.l918) 147 18 

87S 11 32 

16S 3 OUDERKIRK, MelvinW(b.l 909) 142 17 

157S 34 OUDERKIRK, Michael(b.l 954) . . 277 33 

284 34 OUDERKIRK, Milton H(b. 1925) . 150 18 

137S 17 33 

135S 17 OUDERKIRK, Novella A(b. 1930) 151 18 

320 37 33 
319 37 OUDERKIRK, OC(b. 1878) 48S 17 

64S 20 OUDERKIRK, RevaAlice(b.l919) 148 18 

126S 27 32 

219 27 OUDERKIRK, Scott Brady(b.l955) 260 32 
37 OUDERKIRK, Terry Lee(b.l943) . 256 31 

220 27 OUDERKIRK, Theron(b.l910) .. 143 18 

238S 38 OUDERKIRK, WendeU 274 33 

177S 22 OUDERKIRK, Willis H(b.l 91 3) . 145 18 

134S 16 31 

264 32 PARK, James(d. 1947) 113S 25 

263 32 PARK,James 209 25 

267 32 PENINGTON, Flora 67S 9 

262 32 PETERS, Betty Wymta(b.l958) . . 296 35 

266 32 PETERS, Failani Eseta(bJ957) .. 295 35 

268 32 PETERS, Joseph Martin(b. 1959) . 297 35 

265 32 PETERS, Raymond Eugene(b. 1955) 294 35 
147S 32 PETERS, Ronald Sasa(b.l954) .. 293 35 
232S 38 PETERS, Ruth(b.l912) 185 23 

321 38 34 

78S 10 PETERS, Thomas(d. 1941) lOlS 23 

77S 10 PETERS, Thomas(b.l914) 186 23 

39S 12 35 

5S 4 POTTER, Child 58 8 

32S 10 POTTER, Henry(b. 1851) lOS 7 

109S 24 POTTER, Lawrence Whee!er(b. 1881) 56 8 

279 33 POTTER, MindaPearl(b. 1884) ... 57 8 

149 18 19 

32 PRATT, David Lome(b. 1961) ... 304 36 

258 31 PRATT, LomeB 194S 35 

276 33 PRATT, Marc Waverly(b.l 959) . . 302 36 

275 33 PRATT, Timothy James 301 35 

259 32 PRATT,TomCarlo(bJ959) 303 36 

261 32 PYWELL, Beverly 252 31 

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PYWELL, Flora Ann 247 

PYWELL, George 248 

PYWELL, LeRoy 250 

PYWELL, Percy 144S 

PYWELL, Richard 249 

PYWELL, Wilma 251 

QUINLISH, Carolyn E(b.l 951) .. 305 

QUINLISH, William James 194S 

QUTXLEY, Aldathe 63S 

REDONDO, Sophie Elizabeth ... lOOS 

RHYNARD, Elizabeth 225 

RHYNARD, Frank 224 

RHYNARD, Marion 128S 

RHYNARD, Robert 226 

RICHLEN, Marvin 285S 

RICHLEN, Molly Ann(b. 1956) .. 336 

RILEY, Dorothy 68S 

RISETTER,Verdell(b.l912) 59S 

RITCHIE, Bamie 123S 

ROBINSON, Zenda 129S 

ROGERS, Donald Clarence .... 239S 

ROGERS, Jeffrey Donald 332 

ROGERS,KeUyC 333 

ROGERS, Marci 334 

ROHN, EldonLee 242S 

ROHN, Rodney Lee(b. 1956) 335 

ROLLINS, Trellis T 149S 

RUMSEY,AddieLouise(b.l883) .. 54 



RUMSEY, Alexander Roy(b. 1880) . 53 

RUMSEY,AvesAddie(b.l914) .. 153 

RUMSEY, Flora May(b. 1884) 55 

RUMSEY, FrankB 9S 

RUMSEY, Frederick 154 

RUMSEY, Harold(b. 191 3) 152 

RUMSEY, Myron Ray(b.l 876) ... 52 

SAINDON,Fred 234S 

SANDERS, Earl 123S 

SANDERS, Sandra Sue(b.l935) . . 218 

SCOTT, BR 84S 

SCOTT,Roy 141S 

SCOVEL, 27S 

SEAL, Guy 89S 

SHELLEY, Raymond 79S 

SHEPPARD, Fred 134S 

SIMMS, 98S 

SKJDMORE, CoraM 19S 

SNELLING, Elvie 103S 



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SPEALMAN, Baby 168 

SPEALMAN, Child 75 

SPEALMAN, Child 76 

SPEALMAN, Cora Belle(b. 1884) .. 72 

SPEALMAN, Edith 166 

SPEALMAN, Emest(b.l916) ... 170 
SPEALMAN, Ernest Garfield 73 



SPEALMAN, Evan Richard(b. 1916) 171 
SPEALMAN, Gladys Irene(b. 1 920) 174 

SPEALMAN, Henry J(d. 1951) ... 74 

SPEALMAN, Jessie 169 

SPEALMAN, John F(b. 1876) 71 

SPEALMAN, John Ritchart(b. 1 848) 2 1 S 
SPEALMAN, John Ritchart(b. 1915) 173 

SPEALMAN, John Richard(b. 1 944) 287 
SPEALMAN, Joyce Elaine(b. 1 936) 285 

SPEALMAN, Marvel Mae(b. 1913) 1 72 

SPEALMAN, Patricia Ann(b.l941) 286 

SPEALMAN, Sarah 165 

STALLINGS, Alta Marie(b.l932) 217 

STALLINGS, Deborah Ann .... 314 
STALLINGS, Lewis(b.l 924) ... 216 

STALLINGS, Michael 212 

STALLINGS, Otto 122S 

STALLINGS, Phillip 313 

STEFFY, Frank Junior 15 IS. 

STEFFY,Frank(b.l954) 280 

STEFFY, Odell(b. 1956) 281 

STILL, Carolyn 121S 

STRACHAN, Margaret 197S 

S WARTHOUT, Clarissa B(b. 1 85 1 ) 2S 

TALBERT, Richard Lee 286S 

THOMASON,Irene(b.l905) 84 

THOMASON,Josephine(b.l898) . . 83 

THOMPSON, Alvah(d.l940) 33S 

THOMPSON, Margaret 195S 

THOR, Donald 118S 

THORNTON, Alice 32S 

THORNTON, Mattie(b. 1886) 35S 

TINCKNELL, Allan James(b.l91 1) 67 



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TINCKNELL, Cecil Chester(b. 1 9 14) 
TINCKNELL, Denver E(b. 1 9 1 9) . . 
TINCKNELL, Howard Lee(b.l922) 

TINCKNELL, James D 

TINCKNELL, Virgil E(b. 1904) ... 

WALZ,Josephine(b.l878) 

WARREN, Ruth Mrs 

WATERSON, Bee 

WATSON, 

WATSON, Orville(b.l918) 

WELTZ, Bessie 

WESTPHAL, Marjorie 

WHEELER, Addie Kyle(b. 1 874) . . 
WHEELER, Agnes Mae(b. 1921) . . 
WHEELER, Beniah Jacob(b. 1 836) . 

WHEELER, BeniahJacx)b(b.l 882) . 35 



WHEELER, Beniah Joseph(b.l910) 
>\THDEELER, Bruce Craig(b.l947) 
WHEELER, Bruce Jacob(b.l914) 

WHEELER, Carolyn R(b.l945) 
WHEELER, Charlie Forest(b.l91 1) 
WHEELER, Charlotte E(b. 1 842) 

WHEELER, Cora Etta(b.l862) , 

WHEELER, Daughter 

WHEELER, Dianah Drake(b.l847) 



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WHEELER, Dorrence(b.l875) . . 
WHEELER, Edith Lee(b. 1 898) . . 
WHEELER, Emily Jeanette(b. 1 886) 



WHEELER, Evelyn 93 

WHEELER, Flora Delanor(b.l857) 

WHEELER, Frank I(b. 1877) 13 



WHEELER, Geraldine(b.l914) 
WHEELER, Jacob(b.l810) . . , 
WHEELER, Jacqueline(b.l943) 



WHEELER, John Davis(b. 1 908) . 
WHEELER, John Drake(b. 1 844) . 

WHEELER, John M Junior(b.l948) 
WHEELER, John Michael(b.l925) 

WHEELER, John Samuel(b.l880) 

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WHEELER, Joseph(b. 1887) 36 

WHEELER, Lawrence(b. 1924) ... 90 

WHEELER, Liilie May 37 

WHEELER, Linda A(b. 1947) ... 181 

WHEELER, Mamie Willie(b.l 906) . 79 

WHEELER, Marilyn Adrian(b.l923) 65 

WHEELER, Mark Drake(b. 1952) . 183 
WHEELER, Martha Ann(b.l838) .. 3 

WHEELER, Mary Ellen 38 

WHEELER, Mary Lovina(b.l851) . 8 

WHEELER, Mattie(b.l917) 88 

WHEELER, Michael(dl954) 39 

WHEELER, Mollie Lucinda(b.l914) 82 
WHEELER, Myrtis Amce(b. 1 873) . 33 

WHEELER, Robert Waldo(b.l895) . 15 

WHEELER, Ruby Gladys(b.l909) . 80 
WHEELER, Sarah Jane(b. 1840) . . 4 

WHEELER, Son 60 

WHEELER, Susan E(b. 1955) ... 184 

WHEELER, Vema 92 

WHEELER, Vernon 91 

WHEELER, Viola Ann(b. 1899) ... 78 
WHEELER, William WiUard(b. 1 870) 32 

WHITLOCK, Clarissa 1 14S 

WHITNEY, Mildred 12IS 

WINTER, Dianah Sue(b. 1958) . . 338 

WINTER, Elizabeth Anji(b.l955) . 337 

WINTER, Jacob 185S 

WINTER, Jacob Junior(b. 1934) .. 292 

WOODS, 93S 

WOODS, Edna Mae 90S 

WYATT, Daisy 34S 

YOUNG, Harry 247S 



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Modified Register for Levi WHEELER 

First Generation 

1 . Levi WHEELER was bom 5 Jul 1 8 1 2 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 3 1 Jan 1 886 in 
PROVO, Utah, Utah and was buried Feb 1 886 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He was sealed to his parents 
on 27 May 1954. Levi was baptized 15 Mar 1845. He was endowed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment 
House.. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSINGS GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK I PAGE 40 

DEATH: UTAH STATE HOSPITAL - LETTER OF DEATH 

BURIAL: LEWISTON CEMETERY LEWISTON CACHE UTAH 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 24 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 24 

SEALED TO WIFE: SEALING RECORD GS #183395 #3724 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Source LDS 979.288/nl, K2h page 79 Blessing 7 Jan 1 875 in North Ogden Ward 

History film number 874072 item 4. 

Source 978, D32w, Mormons and their neighbors page 1350. 

Levi married (1) Mary Ann WILDER ARNOLD, daughter of Jonathon ARNOLD and Mary Wilder 
DAMON, on 15 May 1838 in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts. They were sealed 17 Aug 1861 in 
the Endowment House.. Mary was bom 30 Jun 1822 in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts. She di^ 
1 1 Mar 1850 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried Mar 1850 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illmois. She was 
sealed to her parents on 26 May 1 949 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was baptized 29 Jan 1 895. She 
was endowed 29 Nov 1 899 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: SEALING RECORD GS #183395 PAGE 394 #3724 
MARRL\GE: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK I PAGE 40 
DEATH: SEALING RECORD GS 183395 PAGE 394 #3724 
BURIAL: HARDING CEMETERY PAW PAW, LEE CO. ILLINOIS 
BAPTISM: TIB LOGAN GS #1267022 BOOK I PAGE 440 #15498 
ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN GS #1267022 BOOK I PAGE 440 #15498 
SEALED TO HUSBAND: 
SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi and Mary had the following children: 
+ 2M i. LeviLincoInWHEELERwasbom22Augl838anddied5 Jan 1918. 

+ 3 M ii. Calviii WHEELER was bom 1 4 Aug 1 840 and died 5 Jun 1 920. 

+ 4 F iii. Almira Jane WHEELER was bom 1 5 May 1 842 and died 3 Jun 1 899. 

+ 5M iv. George Walton WHEELER was bom 30 Mar 1844 and died 23 Oct 1912. 

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r. u I FVI WHEELER Bora 5 July 1812 
Father: LEVI ^"i^s, Maine 

SvannwxTderabnold 

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March 1845 
12 May 1878 

17 Aug, 1861 (EH) 
Died3Uanl886 ProvoUUh 

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(1781-1853) 
Mother: SARAH STEVENS 

(1786-1863) 

WHEELER, helped l^^^/^*;?*!^^ 

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Mother: MAKV ANN WILOEKAKNOLP 

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LEVI WHEELER 

March 1845/ 29 Nov. 1895 

SiedtoLEVXWHEEL^ 
17 Aug, 1861 (bH) 
26 May 1933 (LG) 
Died 11 March 1850 

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LEVI. W^'="*;^^":t; CALVIN (10). ELMIRA (8), 

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HISTORY OF LEVI WHEELER 

I was bom on the 5th day of July, 1812 in the state of Maine, being the 5th child in a 
family of 12 children. My father's name was Simon Wheeler, and my mother's name was Sarah 
Stevens Wheeler. My father worked in the lumber business. He would cut trees down and float 
them down the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers. 

When I was young, I had blue eyes and brown hair. I'd wear my hair trimmed in a dutch 
cut; it didn't stay combed very good, so I'd run my fingers through my hair to keep it smoothed 
down. I was 6 feet tall and weighed over 200 lbs. I went bare footed and bare headed until I was 
1 6 years old. Shoes and hats were not very plentiful. I looked on the good side of life and I was 
always happy. I loved sports and was a good square dancer. 

At the age of 26 1 married Mary Ann Wilder Arnold. Our first baby, Levi Lincoln, was 
bom at Abbington, Massachusetts. Then we moved back to Augusta, Maine, where Calvin, 
Almira, and George Walton were bom. We named our baby George Walton after Elder George 
Walton who brought us the Gospel. I shall never forget, I was 33 years old at the time. We were 
baptized in March 1845. That year we moved to Nauvoo, Illinois where Melissa Ann was bom. 

Three years later my wife passed away and we buried her in Paw Paw, Illinois cemetery. 
I left my five children with relatives, and went to Califomia to find gold. I liked to drive mules 
best. They were tougher and faster on foot than oxen. I, with other relatives had crossed the 
continent, firom Atlantic to the Pacific, from Maine to Califomia by wagon. When I returned to 
Paw Paw, Illinois I had enough money to pay for the care of my children and buy a most up-to- 
date saw mill which was run by steam. We burned scrap wood and timber for fuel. 

In 1854 I left with my small family to come to Utah with my brother, Simon and other 
relatives. Our sawmill was the first one to cross the Missouri River and come west. My son, 
Levi Lincoln, was now nearly 16 years old. He drove 3 yoke of oxen to haul the steam engine 
and boiler. I drove 2 yoke of oxen to bring the saw across the plains. Calvin herded the stock at 
night and kept a watch night and day for Indians. Almira, George, and Melissa had their special 
work to do. 

Levi Lincoln and Calvin were private guards for President Brigham Young when we 
reached Salt Lake City. We set our mill up at Cottonwood Canyon. The lumber was hauled 12 
miles by oxen into the Salt Lake Valley. I supplied a great deal of lumber for the many buildings 
built at that time and as money was scarce, I took a share in the buildings as part payment. I had 
the children baptized in the Taylor Ward, Salt Lake City. 

I was a very close friend to President Young, also to Apostle John Taylor. Brother John 
Taylor and I bought a thresher together and at one time he owned half interest in my sawmill. 
We later placed our sawmill in North Ogden, which was a beautiful grove of timber. 



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I made each of my sons foreman over the men they worked with. I often told my boys, 
"the boss has two men's work to do; his own share of the work and supervising the other men." 
Levi Lincoln was in charge of logging the timbers out, Calvin was in charge of floating the logs 
to the mill, and George was in charge of sawing the lumber at the mill. As we used the lumber 
up, we moved from North Ogden to Ogden Canyon, then on to Wheeler Creek. I owned the first 
lumber yard in Ogden. At that time I had accumulated a lot of wealth. Levi Lincoln freighted 
from Butte, Montana to Salt Lake City and got cedar posts at the Promontory Point and freighted 
them in to Ogden. 

In 1861 1 married a Mrs. Jeanette Gillespie. She had two children by a former marriage. 
They were William and Aimie. Then a son was bom to us and we named him Lorin, but his 
mother passed away when he was a small boy. I married Margaret McAlpine Miller, while she 
was pretty well along in years. She fit into our lives very beautiftilly and the children called her 
"Scotch Grandma". She loved to sit and sing her Scotch lullabys to them. 

When I was 57 years old in 1 865, 1 married Phebe Roxy Perry. She was a beautifril 
young woman and we had eight children. They were Mary Arm, Sarah, Almeda, Ida, Survina, 
Bertha, Josiah, Leroy. Ida, Survina, and Bertha were bom in Lewiston, Utah. Her folks were 
very poor and I took care of them also. Whenever I got for Phebe, I got for her folks. Phebe was 
one of the few women that wore silk dresses at that time. I built a beautiful big home with a 
huge fireplace in the center to warm all the room. It was where the Weber College now stands. 
In 1871 on the 23rd of May, Patriarch Charles W. Hyde gave me my Patriarchal Blessing. 

In 1 876 we all moved to Lewiston along the Bear River. I was 64 years old and drove 3 
yoke of oxen on a plow and held the plow myself. In 1884 1 sold the sawmill to Calvin and 
George. I was 72 years old then. I enjoyed saddling my horse until the last few months of my 
life. 

I, Phebe, can never remember him speaking a cross word to me or to anyone else. He 
taught me to read and write, he was very generous, kind and considerate. He always used his 
means to make his family comfortable and happy. 

He died on a Sabbath morning in 1 886 at the age of 74. 



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DUP PLAQUE BY WHEELER CABIN 

LEWISTON, UTAH 

JULY 11, 2001 



1876 to 1934 



It was the home of George and Hannah Wheeler and their ten children. 

George Walton Wheeler headed west in 1854 with his father, Levi, bringing the first 
steam engine and sawmill west of the Missouri River. George was ten years old. 

Hannah was bom December 28, 1846 in Gloucester, England, daughter of George and 
Harriet Harding Humphries. The family came west with the Willie Handcart Company in 1 856. 
Walking alongside the handcart were the children, ages eighteen, fourteen, twelve, nine, six, and 
one. Hannah Humphries and George Walton Wheeler were married in 1863. 

Logs were cut at the Wheeler Sawmill where they were floated miles down the Cub 
River. There the logs were taken from the river and hauled to the homestead. When Hannah and 
George moved into their little home in 1876 there was only enough flooring to go under the bed. 
A fresh water spring was near the cabin. A granary and bam were also built. George Walton 
Wheeler made each building with full dovetail corners. Each square nail was made in his own 
blacksmith shop. From the cabin's location, all of Cache Valley can be seen. 

Leavitt-Layne Camp 



On July 11, 2001the Wheeler Log Cabin was dedicated along with a DUP Marker, under 
the direction of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Leavitt-Layne Camp of the Cache North 
Company. A history of the Wheeler family was given by Ray Wheeler and the reading of the 
Plaque and the dedication were by Randal Wheeler. 





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A special thanks to everyone who has made the completion of this cabin 
possible through work; donations or any other way. This cabin will now 
be a museum.. Anyone who would like to visit the cabin can call 258' 
2512 or 258-2775 to come and see it. Thank you for coming tonight. 



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SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LEVI WHEELER 

Most of this sketch is taken from a sketch written by Ellen Cornwall Anderson, a great 
granddaughter of Levi Wheeler, related to her by his children and grandchildren, and some of it as 
told to a granddaughter, Phebe A. Robinson, by her mother. 



Levi Wheeler was bom 5 July 1812, at Greene, 
Androscoggin, Maine; the son of Simon and Sarah Stevens 
Wheeler. Simon had worked for his father-in-law to be, Jacob 
Stevens, in Augusta and Lewiston, Maine; but after his marriage 
he moved to Greene, Maine, later to Leeds, Maine, where most 
of his children were bom, and then to several other places in 
Mame. It is said that Simon and Sarah had 12 children. 

Levi told his family that his people were very early 
settlers in New England and had lived in Maine a long time; that 
his fether was in the lumber business, and as a boy had helped cut 
the trees and take the logs down the Kennebec and Penobscot 
Rivers. 




Figure ILevi Wheeler 




In the summer time, even 
at sbcteen years of age, he went 
bare footed and bareheaded. He 
had blue eyes and light brown hair, 
which was thick and never 
smoothly combed as he had the 
habit of running his fingers 
through it. He was six feet tall 
and weighed over two hundred 
pounds. Levi was a happy person, 
fond of games and sports, active 
and light on his feet, and a very 
good square dancer. 

(A description of Levi Wheeler said to have been bom in 
Massachusetts, states that he was 5 feet 1 1 inches in height; weighed in 
1890 - 180 pounds, was of medium complexion, had brown hair and hazel 
eyes and was a lumberman by trade). 

In Abington, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Levi Wheeler and 
Mary Ann Wilder Arnold were married 15 May 1838 by the Reverend 
William Whiting. She was the daughter of Jonathan Arnold and Mary 
Wilder Damon. Their first child, a son, Levi Lincobi Wheeler, was bom 
there at Abington, Massachusetts, 22 August 1838. The family then 



Figure 2 Sarah Stevens 
Wheeler 



Figure 2 Simon Wheeler 




Figure 4 Mary Ann 

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Wheeler 



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moved to Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine; where three more children were bom to them; 
Calvin - 14 August 1840; Almira - 15 May 1843; and George - 30 March 1844. 

It happened here in Augusta, the Elders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 
called at their home, and Mary Ann was very impressed by what they taught, and she was very 
desirous to hear and understand the doctrines of the Gospel She asked them to return in the 
evening when Levi would be home to hear their message. When Levi came home from logging, 
she told him about them and induced him to go and hear them preach, and told him that one of 
them was George Walton. They were converted and baptized in 1845, and they named their next 
son George Walton, after the Elder who had brought them the Gospel. 

That same year they moved to Nauvoo, Illinois. They traveled with a very large group of 
settlers, some of whom were relatives; including Levi's mother, and brothers—Simon, Jacob, 
Joseph, and sister, Martha; together with their femilies. We do not know how many more of the 
femily were converts to the Church. They did not stay long at Nauvoo. Their last child was 
Melissa Ann, who was born at Lee Coimty, Illinois, 19 April 1847 and three years later at Paw 
Paw, Illinois, his beloved wife passed away 1 1 March 1850 of tuberculosis. She is buried in the 
Paw Paw, Grove Cemetery, Illinois. 

The same spring and soon after the death of Mary Ann; Levi, along with Jacob, Joseph, 
and probably others of his family, went to California for the gold rush of 1 849. From this Levi 
amassed quite a little fortune. 

(From the Dogtown Nugget by Judge C. F. Lott, a souvenir program that had been 
printed in 1859, told by the Judge) 

OROVILLE DAILY REGISTER - (Jan. 1 1, 1898) 

The iSrst field of any kind I remember seeing in Butte County was a patch of com planted 
by William Northgraves, near Butte Creek. Squire Wheeler had a little field of barley. 
This had been brushed in and the field was surrounded by a brush fence. 

These were the only cultivated spots I saw on reaching California The buildings were 
adobe stmctures in the valley and log in the hills. At Sam Neal's Ranch he had both adobe 
and log building. The buildings at Lassen's, Bidwell's and Potter's ranches were adobe. 
In the spring of 1 850, Neal and Wheeler built a sawmill on Little Butte Creek and 
constmcted a road from the miU down to the Neal Ranch. 

(Preston Wheeler, a grandson of Levi) tells a story that his father told him of how Levi 
sold his lumber mill in California and was very wealthy; traveled to San Francisco and 
boarded a steamer and sailed around South America and up the Mississippi to where his 
family was. 



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His work was successfiil and he returned with feir reward for his labors. He was able to 
pay his relatives for the care of his children and also to purchase a most up-to-date sawmill at that 
time. It was run by steam, burning scrap wood and timber for fuel. The sawmill was in two parts; 
the steam engine and the saw and carriage. The steam engine ran the saw by a belt fastened to a 
pulley on one side of the boiler. When the sawmill was moved, it was put in two wagons, saw 
and carriage on one and steam engine and boiler on another. The carriage was to hold the logs as 
they were cut. The saw was in the middle of the carriage and the logs were squared and then cut 
into lumber. This sawmill was the first such modem one to cross the Missouri River and come 
west. 



In 1 854, Levi with his young 
family made ready provisions; 
wagons, stock and the sawmill, 
which alone took two wagons and 
five yoke of oxen to haul, and came 
to Utah. His son, Levi, Jr. (Levi 
Lincohi) was nearly sixteen years 
old. He drove the three yoke of 
oxen it took to pull the steam 
engine and boiler part of the sawmill 
across the plains. Someone else 
drove the two yoke of oxen it took 
to puU the saw and carriage part of 
the sawmill. 




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Calvin, the second son. Figure 5 The Sawmill 

nearly 14 years old, was a scout and 

night herder; who looked after the horses and cattle and kept a sharp look out for Indians along 
the way. Levi Jr., and Calvin were both private guards for President Brigham Young later in 
Utah. Almira, about 12, George 10, and Melissa 7, each had their chores to do. 

Arriving in Utah, the sawmill was first placed at Little Cottonwood Canyon, south of Salt 
Lake City. Besides the femily and some relatives a lot of men worked at the mill. The lumber 
was hauled about 12 miles over a dusty road by ox teams to Salt Lake City. Many new buildings 
were being built at that time as Salt Lake City was growing very fest, and sometimes Levi had to 
take a share or part ownership in a business or building as payment for the lumber he had 
furnished, until a later time; as very little money was in circulation and exchange of produce 
instead of cash was common among the settlers. 

Levi was a close fiiend of President Brigham Yoimg and Apostle John Taylor. He and 
John Taylor bought a theshing machine together and at one time John owned half interest in the 
sawmill. 



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Several old logging trails are still visible on the walls of Little Cottonwood. The largest is 
a few miles long and runs parallel with the canyon; leaving the stream and gradually climbing the 
wall of the canyon finally reaching the rinL 

About this time Johnston's Army was moving to Utah. Levi's sons; Levi Jr., and Calvin, 
were with Major Lot Smith's company of men who dug trenches across the canyon, threw up 
breastworks, loosened roclcs on the heights, and prepared to resist Johnston's Army. They were 
also with Major Smith at the burning of Johnston's Army's provisions train at Echo Canyon, and 
took active part in various dangerous raids and stampedes. 

While they lived there, the children were baptized; Calvin and Almira in 1854, and Levi 
and Melissa in 1 856. 



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The next move was to '. 

Ogden, and the sawmill was placed 
at North Ogden, which at that time ^ 
was a beautiiul grove of timber. 

Levi made each of his sons a ^ 

foreman in charge of the men who * 

worked with them, and often told 
his boys, "A boss has to do two 
men's work; his own share of the 
work and do the supervising, too." 

When Levi came to Ogden, 

there was no road or trail in Ogden 

Canyon. He took his oldest son, *'»g"'*« ^ The sawmill, logs down river. 

Levi, and the oxen, and went up in 

the canyon and made the first road that was built there. From North Ogden, Levi moved his 

sawmill to Ogden Canyon and onto Wheeler Creek, and Snow Basin, or Wheeler Basin. 

Levi Jr. was in charge of logging the timbers out and getting them down the streanL They 
would take the oxen and a two-wheeled cart up the steep trails, festen the large ends of the logs 
on the cart, and drag them down the mountain side to the stream. Calvin was in charge of 
floating the logs down the river to the mill. George was in charge of sawing the lumber at the 
mill. As the trees were used up the mill was moved closer to the timber. 

Levi owned the first lumber yard in Ogden City, and he owned an interest in some 
business places there for which he had fiimished material. He was a very close fiiend to Lyman 
Farr who was president over the bishops wards at Ogden. At this time he was a very wealthy 
man. 



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(From the book, "Early History of Weber County, Utah.") Wheeler's Sawmill- 
Levi L. Wheeler and Chauncey W. West built the first sawmill in Ogden Canyon 
about 1857 or 1858. It was located on the south side of the canyon and west of 
Wheeler's (Pine View) Canyon. (Southwest of the Pine View Dam.) 

Gilbert Belnap, Sr., David Moore, a Mr. Switzer and a Mr. Monroe, were the 
mechanics. There being no road through Ogden Canyon at that time, the men had 
to go over the North Ogden divide to Eden, through Huntsville, then down to the 
mill. Big Cottonwood and pine trees were abundant. Wheeler and West were 
succeeded by the Winslows. 

Simon, Levi's brother, had come to Ogden also, and he owned a sawmill in Ogden 
Canyon. (Later a hermitage was buHt at this site.) It was different fi-om the one owned by Levi, 
as it had a long saw that sawed up and down, the one owned by Levi was round and had a fly 
wheel on the side of the engine, which kept up the speed when the logs were very big or the work 
was very heavy. 

Because of the deep snow and ice on the river, the sawmill had to be closed in the winter 
time. The boys found other work— Levi Jr. fi*eighted ifrom Butte, Montana to Salt Lake City, 
Utah- They went to Promontory Point and got cedar fence posts to sell at Ogden. At different 
times Levi did construction work and built canals, and his sons worked with him. 

Levi's brother, Jacob's, son, Beniah visited his Uncle Levi when he went to California in 
1 859, 1 879, and again in 1 884. Levi and some of his Utah Mends accompanied Beniah on his 
first trip to Plumas Coimty, California. The facilities for mining were very limited, which meant 
exceedingly hard labors for the seekers of wealth. Levi and his friends returned to their homes in 
Utah, after having been away about 2 years. 






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These pictures were taken from an old 1900 Sears Catalogue. They will portray the type 
of shoes, trunks, sewing machines, and the range they prepared their meals on. Levi Wheeler 
owned a gold watch, valued at five dollars, and 1874 he owned three gold watches. Taken from 
the Weber County Assessment rolls 1874. G.S. # 485,549. 



On 17 August 1861, Levi was sealed to Mrs. Jeanette Gillespie, 
nee Sinclair, and Mrs. Margaret Miller, nee McAlpine; on the same day in 
the old Endowment House in Salt Lake City. Jeanette had two children; 
William and Annie, by a former marriage, when she married Levi. A son, 
Lorin, was bom March 1856 in Weber, Utah to Levi and Jeanette. 
Jeanette died when he was a tiny baby. 

Margaret had heard the Gospel when she was in Scotland and had 
tried to get her husband to join the Church. He would not join, so 
Margaret came to America alone. She was an old lady when she married 
Levi, and a room was given her in the home and she was taken care of 
where she kept house for herself 




Figure 12 Jeanette 
Gillespie Wheeler 



She lived until Levi's older children were married and had their first babies. She was 
lovingly called Scotch Grandma, because she loved Levi's grandchildren dearly. She helped care 
for them, rocked their cradles and sang Scotch lullabies to them. The young mothers learned 
many of the lullabies and sang them to their children who still remember them and sing them. 
Margaret passed away 5 March 1 872, and is buried in the Ogden City Cemetery. 

On 23 December 1865, Levi married Phebe Roxy Perry at the Salt Lake Endowment 
House. She was a young woman and to them were bom 8 children: Mary Ann Phebe - 25 
September 1 866; Josiah Stephen - 20 November 1 868; Sarah Adelaide - 25 October 1 870; Jacob 
LeRoy - 2 November 1873; Lucinda Almeda - 14 February 1875; Ida Bell - 6 June 1877; Sylvia 
Survina - 21 October 1879; Bertha Fatima Calantha - 2 October 1882. 

The Perrys were very poor people and Levi looked after his wife*s people, also. When he 
bought for her, he bought for her parents, also. Some of the Perrys and Levi's nephew, Levi 
Smith, worked at the mill and at Calvin's butcher shop in Ogden. Levi was very good to his 



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wife and family, and she had everything that could be given to a pioneer home. She was among 
the few women who wore silk dresses in those pioneer days. 

Levi built a lovely log home in Ogden on the lot where the Weber College was first built. 
It was large and roomy and the furnishings were the best that could be had at that time. The 
fireplace was between the rooms and heated the whole house. This fireplace placed between the 
rooms was novel and many people came to see it. Lorin was with the family and helped about the 
mill and did errands. The older children were all married while living in Ogden. 

Levi received his patriarchal blessing under the hands of Patriarch W. Hyde 23 May 1871, 
in Ogden. 

BLESSING OF LEVI WHEELER. RECORDED IN BOOK G, PAGE 148 

Ogden City 
May 22, 1871 

A blessing given by CHARLES W. HYDE upon the head of LEVI WHEELER, son of 
SIMON WHEELER bom in Kennebec County, State of Maine 5 July 1812. 

Levi, I place my hands upon your head and I seal upon thee a father's blessing for the 
Lord your God has protected thee through many scenes of danger, and thou wilt yet be called 
councillor in Zion to do much good in this kingdom. Thou art of the house of JOSEPH and a 
lawful heir to the blessings of the Priesthood and a right to wives and a great kingdom upon the 
earth; and to redeem your dead until you are satisfied, and they shall rise up in the first 
resurrection and call you blessed. 

You shall do a great and mighty work in the temple of the Lord and commune with many 
of the holy prophets, and no good thing shall be withheld fi-om you, for your last days shall be 
your best days. It is your privilege to stand on the earth at the coming of the Messiah and to be 
changed in the tv^nkling of an eye. These blessings I seal upon thy head with all your father's 
household forever and ever with the blessing of eternal lives with God and the Lamb forever and 
ever. Amen. 

BLESSING OF PHEBE ROXY PERRY WHEELER 

Ogden City 
22 May 1871 

A blessing given by CHARLES W. HYDE upon the head of Phebe R. Wheeler; daughter 
of Josiah H. Perry and Lucinda E. Cole, bom at Mt. Pisgah, State of Iowa, 13 March 18 . 



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Phebe R., I place my hands upon your head and seal upon you a patriarchal blessing for 
the Father has given his angels over you that you may live long on the earth — and converse with 
your Redeemer face to fece for your inheritance shall be beautifiil for no good thing shall be 
withheld from you for you have eternal life. You shall converse with the three Nephites at your 
table. They shall unfold to you many things. 

These blessings I seal upon your head to God and the Lamb forever and ever with all your 
father's household — 



Many times, Tm sure that Levi Wheeler visited both of these buildings, paying his tithing 
and advertising his business as he lived in Ogden. It must have been a real occasion for Levi to 
take his wife, Phebe, to the theatre. If they went to the theatre in Ogden, it would be 50 miles for 
them to drive; approximately 3 Vi hours drive in a buggy, so it would have to have been an 
overnight occasion. 

About 1876 all the 
family of Levi moved to 
Lewiston, Utah, along the 
Bear River. He was an old 
man by now, but he put 
three yoke of oxen to the 
plow and drove them, 

holding the plow himself Figure 14 Old Salt Lake 
although his land was tough Theater 
meadow sod which is hard 

to break. He could saddle a horse and ride just like a young man until the last few months of his 
life. 




Figure 13 Tithing Offices 



Levi went to Paw Paw, Illinois in the year 1863 when his mother died. Some of his 
relatives came to Utah to visit him, one was his sister, Martha Smith, whose son, Levi Smith 
worked at the mill His brothers Jacob and Joseph had also been in Utah and went with Levi to 
the gold rush in California. 

Lorin married and moved to Montana, Levi sold the sawmill to his sons, Calvin and 
George, about the year 1 884. The sawmill had been moved from Ogden Canyon up Cub River 
and later to Sugar Creek near Franklin, Idaho, and the boys ran it. 

Levi and his brothers and sisters and relatives loved each other dearly, and this love of 
kindred remained through the years though they were far apart. 

Levi was a kind, gentle man, generous and loving, a hard worker and a friend to everyone. 
He was tactful and often called upon to settle the problems of others because of his understanding 



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way. His wife Phebe said that never in his life did he speak an 
unkind word to her or to anyone she knew. He even took time in 
this busy pioneer life to teach her to read and write. He used his 
means to make life comfortable for his family, a wise economist 
but a generous man, modest, plain and sincere. He was a 
hospitable man and kept the latch string out for he loved 
company. The success of his business brought him a wide circle 
of friends. He was strong, hale and hearty. He came of that good 
New England stock among the citizens of Maine. His people 
could speak the Indian language, and he knew and understood the 
ways of Indians. 

Levi died on the Sabbath day, 31 January 1886. He is 
buried in the Lewiston, Utah Cemetery. 

Levi Wheeler Obituary Card Index, Church Historians 
Office, Film #321,173; Died 31 January 1886; Deseret News 3-5 : 
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Figure 15 Phebe Roxy Perry 
Wheeler 



JOURNAL OF CHURCH HISTORY (CHURCH HISTORIANS OFHCE) 
(143 # 54) 31 January 1886 page 2 

DESERET EVENING NEWS 12 February 1886 
Jan. DEATHS 3 

WHEELER - On Sunday, January 3 1 st, at the Territorial Insane Asylum, where it was 
found necessary last summer to place him in consequence of him becoming demented, Levi 
Wheeler, lately of Lewiston, Cache County, but formerly of Weber Co., where for many years he 
carried on quite an extensive business in running a sawmill, constructing canals, etc. He was a 
native of Maine, and came to Utah in 1854. He leaves a wife and fourteen children. 

After the death of Levi, the mill was sold by Calvin and George to Hank (Henry) Palmer; 
they received some horses as part of the payment at the time. The boiler was inspected every 
year, and was still good. Hank Palmer put the sawmill on Dempsey Creek, far up in the 
mountains. Later he moved it to a stream called Marsh Creek, which is south of Lava Hot 
Springs, Idaho; which flows westward and comes down from the mountains near Downey. At 
that time the mill would saw two thousand feet of lumber a day. It was the largest of several 
sawmills owned by Hank Palmer. In the year of 1897, Charles Bell went to work at the mill; he 
said it was sure an old timer. 

Leaving the boiler part of the sawmill in the mountains on Marsh Creek, where it is 
believed to be still laying; Hank Palmer moved the saw part to Portneuf, near Black Rock; and 
close to where the State Highway checking station now is. He used the saw here with another 



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boiler until 1 93 1 , and all this time Charley Bell worked for him at the milL In 193 1 , Charley Bell 
took over the mill and moved it up the Portneuf River to Inkom and placed it on Rabbit Creek 
where it joins the Portneuf River. He operated it for two years. Then one of his sons ran the mill 
for a few years. After that it is believed to have been scrapped. 

WEBER COUNTY ASSESSMENT ROLLS 1 869 - 1 874 Film No. 485 549 

1 869 - Levi owned property worth $2000 in Eden Valley, Utah. He had cattle valued at 
$210; three horses valued at $200; fourteen sheep and goats valued at $42; two vehicles (wagons 
or carriages) valued at $75 and one gold watch valued at $5. Total Value $2582. 

1870 - Levi owned property in District No. I, which was worth $1200; four head of cattle 
valued at $70; two mules valued at $150; four vehicles (wagons or carriages) valued at $120. 
Total Value $2209. 

1871 - Levi owned property worth $1400 he still lived in District No. 1. He had eight 
head of cattle valued at $626; three head of horses valued at $170; four mules valued at $350; 
eight vehicles (wagons or carriages) valued at $300; one gold watch valued at $5. He had loaned 
$1000. Total Value $1620. 

1 872 - Levi ovmed property worth $1000; he was stiU living in District No. 1 . He had one 
head of cattle valued at $30; four head of horses valued at $200; fifteen head of sheep valued at 
$60; eight vehicles (wagons or carriages) valued at $300; one gold watch valued at $5. Total 
Value $1620. 

1 873 - Levi owned property worth $ 1 565 he still lived in District No. 1 . He had two head 
of cattle valued at $60; two head of horses valued at $200; twenty head of sheep valued at $60; 
one vehicle (wagon or carriages) valued at $100. Total Value $3200. 

1874 - Levi owned property worth $2600; he still lived in District No. 1 . He had twenty- 
nine head of cattle valued at $750; six. head of horses valued at $350; four head of sheep valued at 
$30; twelve mules valued at $35; one vehicle (wagon or carriages) valued at $200 and three gold 
watches valued at $15. Total Value $5450. 

1 875 - Levi owned property worth $1200 and still lived at District No. 1. He had two 
head of cattle valued at $40; he had loaned $1000 and had $100 taxable property not enumerated, 
his total value was $2340. 

This has been a very special experience to search out these records and to get to know my 
Great Great Grandfather, Levi Wheeler. I am sure he is as proud of his descendants as we are 
proud of him as an ancestor. The histories of Levi Wheeler that were compiled before; have been 
put together in this history along with what documents and pictures we have found. 



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We visited the Lewiston Cemetery at Lewiston, Utah on 7 August 1 980. It was about six 
o'clock in the evening and not a breeze blowing, it was so calm and so cool and so peaceful. We 
walked through the cemetery looking for Levi Wheeler, finally I walked to the South Eastern side 
and there was Levi Wheeler and Phoebe Roxy's headstones. It was really a thrill to be able to 
stand where my Great Great Grandfather had been buried. As I started to leave his grave there 
was such a strong urgency, almost like someone was pulling me to stay in that spot. 

So, I walked back to that hallowed spot, the urge was so strong, the spirit made me so 
ftill, that I began to express my gratitude for the heritage that he had brought to me. 

It was with great thanks to him and the sacrifices that he and his family had endured, that 
we are able to enjoy the many comforts that we enjoy today. I felt very strong that my son, Jeff, 
was very much like his third Great Grandfather, Levi Wheeler. 

By - Margie E. Stevens 



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Social 

March 3, 1981 



Scott M. Matheson, Governor, State of Utah 
Anthony W. Mitchell, Ph.D., Executive Director 



Margie Stevens 
720 No. Wabash 
Idaho Falls, ID 83401 

RE: WHEELER, Levi, Sr. 

Dear Ms. Stevens : 

According to our records, Levi Wheeler, Sr. was admitted to the hospital 
on 7-31-85 and he remained in the hospital until his death on 1-31-86. 

The only records we have on Mr. Wheeler are his admission papers which 
contain only a small amount of information and a note indicating that 
he died at 12:30 p.m. on 1-31-86, cause: General debility and old age, 
accelerated by prostatic trouble. Apparently, no death certificates 
were issued by the county at that time, so notes of this type were the 
only information made on those patients who expired at this hospital 
during the later part of the century. 

Information listed on his admission papers state he was from Cache 
county, was 73 years old at time of admission, was married with eight 
children and worked as a lumberman. He was a native of Maine. 

I hope this information will be of assistance to you, and if we can be 
of further assistance to you, please let us know. 

I am returning your check as no copies were made. 

Sincerely, 



Lorraine Jakemari, Secretary 
Patient Records Department 
Utah State Hospital 



Enclosure 



Utah State Hoaprtal 
Yvonne S. Oliver, M.N. 



Adminittrator 



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1300 East Center 

P.O. Box 270, Provo. Utah 84801 

801-3734400 



COMPLAINT AND COMMITMENT 



Territory of Utah} 

County of- } 

being duly sworn, on oath says there is in said county an insane person 

whose name is , who is so far disordered in mind as to endanger health, 

person or property; and affiant therefore asks that said person be arrested and taken before a 
Judge of a Court of record within said county for examination. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of A.D. 188. . . 



Levi Wheeler, Sr.. The person named in the foregoing affidavit, being this day brought 
before me, Judge of th e Probate Court for Cache Co. for examination on a charge of insanity, and 
having heard the testimony of Michael Standley, and Sidney B. Kent, witnesses who have been 
acquainted with the accused during the time of the alleged insanity; and Drs. O. C Ormshv and 
W.B. Parkinson, practicing physicians in medicine, after hearing the testimony of witnesses, after 
a personal examination of the accused, having made the certificate by law required; and being 
myself satisfied that the said Levi Wheeler, Sr. is insane, and is so far disordered in mind as to 
endanger health, person or propert>'; and being fiirther satisfied of the truth of all the matters set 
forth in the certificate of said physicians, I do hereby order the said Levi Wheeler. Sr., a male, 
aged 73 years, to be confined in the Insane Asylum at Provo 
City, and W.W. Crookston is charged with the execution of this order. 

And I certify that the sum of dollars was found on the 

person of said at the time of his arrest, which the said 

is ordered to deliver to the Medical Superintendent of said Asylum. 

The said Levi Wheeler. Sr. I s not able to pay his expenses in the Asylum. 

I have not appointed a guardian for said Levi Wheeler, Sr. 



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Witness my hand this Twenty-eighth day of July A.D. 1885. 

J. Z. Stewart 
Judge of Probate Court 



PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATE 

jTorm prescribed by the Medical Superintendent of the Asylum,] 
Territory of Utah) 
County of Cache } 

O.C. Ormsby A nd W.B. Parkinson, being duly sworn, doth certify, each for himself, that 
he is a practicing physician in medicine; that at the request and in the presence of Hon. J. Z. 
Stewart Judge of The Probate Court for Cache County . he has heard the testimony, and 
carefully examined the said Levi Wheeler. Sr. in reference to the charge of insanity, and 
doth find that he is insane, and so far disordered in his mind as to endanger health, person or 
property; and that said insanity is not a case of idiocy, imbecility, simple feebleness of mind, or 
delirium tremens. The further fects appertaining to said case, as nearly as can be ascertained, are 
set forth in the answers to the following questions: 

QUESTIONS. 

1 .Name Levi Wheeler, Sr. 2. Age Seventy Three Years 3. Nativity State of Maine . 4. 
Married or Single Married 5. If children, how many, and the age of the youngest He 
has eight or more children, the youngest is a sirl about four years of age 6. If female and 

married, maiden name, and name of husband. 7. What State 

last fi-om, and how long in Utah? Maine. He has been in Utah about 30 years. 8. What 
occupation Lumberman 9. Is he able to pay his expenses in the Asylum, at the rate of 
$90.00 per quarter, and if so, by whom will payment be made? He is not 10. What 
evidence have you of the presence of insanity? The evidence herein set forth together with a 
personal examination. 11. Is there a homicidal, suicidal, or incendiary disposition? 



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There is an incendiary disposition, and when crossed in his purposes he becomes violent and 
attacks those present with any danserous instrument he can lav his hands on 12. Is the 

case a recent one, having occurred within twelve months last past? It occurred about five 
years a^o and has been constantly srowim worse 

13. When did this attack first appear? About five years ago 14. Is this the first attack? 
If not, when did others occur, and what their durations? It is . 15. Is the disease increasing, 
decreasing, or stationary? Increasing . 16. Are there rational intervals? If so, do they 
occur periodically? No. He is more violent at times than others. 1 7. Is there any permanent 
hallucination? If so, what is it? Yes. He claims as his any property he can get in his 
possession. 1 8. In w^t way is the accused dangerous to be at large? He attempts to 
burn property. Also to take in his possession any property he comes across and if interfered with 
becomes violent 19. Is there a disposition to injure others? If so, is it directed especially to 
relatives and is it fi-om sudden passion or premeditated? Has occasion to injure any 

person who crosses him in any of his purposes 20. If suicidal, is the propensity now active, 
and in what way? Not suicidal 21. Is there a disposition to filthy habits, destruction of 
clothing, fiimiture, etc.? Hiere is a disposition to filthy habits . 22. Any relations, 
including grandparents and cousins, been insane? No . 

23. Any peculiarities of temper, habits, disposition, or pursuits, before the attack-any 
predominant passions or religious impressions? No . 24. Been intemperate in the use of 
ardent spirits, wine, opium, or tobacco in any form? He has with tobacco and has been a 
moderate drinker IS. Suffered fi-om epilepsy, suppressed secretions, eruptions, discharges, 
or sores or injured on the head? No . 26. Any change in the physical health since the 
attack? No . 27. The supposed cause of insanity? Failure in business . 28. Of what 
class of insanity? Emotional . 29. What treatment has been pursued, and with what effect? 

About a year ago he was treated by a physician, without effect . 30. Post office address, 
street, and number of house of relative or fiiend: His wife 's address is Phoebe Wheeler, Cub 
Hill, Cache County 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28th Day of July A.D. } 



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came to Utah, they settled on the Weber river west of 
Ogden. Here they trapped wolves. Levi owned a half of a 
block in Ogden Utah. Some time later the family moved to 
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DESERET EVENING NEWS 12 February 1886 
Jan. DEATHS 3 
WHEELER - On Sunday January 31 st, at the Territorial Insane 
Asylum, where it was found necessary last summer to place 
him in consequence of him becoming demented. Levi Wheeler, 
lately of Lewiston, Cache County, but formerly of Weber Co, 
where for many years he carried on quite an extensive 
buiseness in running a saw mill, constructing canals, etc. 
He was a native of Maine, and came to Utah in 1854. 
He leaves a wife and fourteen children. 



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6 F V. Melissa Ann WHEELER was bom 1 9 Apr 1 847 and died 1 Feb 1 920. 

7 M vi. Simon WHEELER was bom 1 9 Apr 1 847 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died Apr 

1 847 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois and was buried in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. His sealing 
to parents was submitted. There were other parents 

THIS CHILD WAS A STORY THAT THE FAMILY ALWAYS SAID THERE WAS 
ANOTHER 

CHILD BORN WHEN MELLISSA WAS BORN AS HER TWIN. HATTE fUTCH 
ALWAYS 

TOLD ME THAT SHE WAS ALWAYS TOLD THIS AS SHE WAS GROWING UP, SO WE 

ARE GOING TO PUT IT INTO THE RECORDS AND DO THE TEMPLE WORK AND WE 

WILL FIND OUT WHEN WE REACH THE OTHER SIDE, 

SHE SAID HE WAS BURIED BY MARY ANN ARNOLD WHEELER IN THE PAW PAW, 

LEE CO, ILLINOIS, IN THE HARDING CEMETERY. 

THIS CHILD WAS A STORY THAT THE FAMILY ALWAYS SAID THERE WAS 
ANOTHER 

CHILD BORN WHEN MELLISSA WAS BORN AS HER TWIN. HATTIE IL\TCH 
ALWAYS 

TOLD ME THAT SHE WAS ALWAYS TOLD TIflS AS SHE WAS GROWING UP, SO WE 

ARE GOING TO PUT IT INTO THE RECORDS AND DO THE TEMPLE WORK AND WE 

WILL FIND OUT WHEN WE REACH THE OTHER SIDE, 

SHE SAID HE WAS BURIED BY MARY ANN ARNOLD WHEELER IN THE PAW PAW, 

LEE CO. nXINOIS, IN THE HARDING CEMETERY. 

Levi also married (2) Janett SINCLAIR, daughter of Daniel SINCLAIR and Ann CAMPBELL. 
They were sealed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. Janett was bom 5 Feb 1813m Kerys, Perth, 
Scotland. She died 1863 in , Weber, Utah md was buried 1863 in , Weber, Utah. She was sealed to 
her parents on 1 Mar 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Janett was baptized 8 Dec 1843. She was 
endowed 17 Aug 1861. 

BIRTH: ET^JDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 23 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK D PAGE 23 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS # 1 83404 BOOK D PAGE 23 

SEALED 10 HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

MARFJAGE Ml: TIB GS #1267022 #15948 BOOK I PAGE 40 

GIVEN NAME ALSO SPELLED "JEANETTE" 



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Levi and Janett had the following children: 

+ 8 M vii. Lorin WHEELER was bom Mar 1 856 and died 1 6 Dec 1 900. 

9 M viii. Levi WHEELER was bom about 1 858 in , Weber, Utah. He died about 1 860 in 
OGDEN, Weber, Utah. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

Levi also married (3) Margaret MC ALPINE on 1 7 Aug 1 861 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They 
were sealed 17 Aug 1861 in the Endowment House.. Margaret was bom 19 Dec 1794 in GLASGOW, 
LANARK, Scotland. She died 5 Mar 1872 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah and was buried Mar 1872 in 
OGDEN, Weber, Utah. Margaret was baptized 1 7 Aug 1 849. She was endowed 1 3 Jun 1 856. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS 392672 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: OGDEN CITY CEMETERY SEXTONS RECORD 

BAPTISM: ENDO^^^MENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK B PAGE 95 

ENDOWMENT; ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK B PAGE 95 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi also married (4) Phebe ROXY PERRY, daughter of Josiah Henry PERRY and Lucmda Eliza 
COLE, on 23 Dec 1 865 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 23 Dec 1865 in the 
Endowment House.. Phebe was bom 13 Mar 1848 in Mt Pisgah, Union, Iowa. She died 12 Jan 1911 
and was buried 16 Jan 1911 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Phebe was baptized Jul 1856. She was 
endowed 23 Dec 1865 in the Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: IGI 1 978 EDITION EH 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: LEWISTON UTAH CEMETERY SEXTONS RECORD 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 RE-BAPTISM 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

MARRL\GE #2: 

Levi and Phebe had the following children: 

+ lOF ix. MaryAnnPhebeWHEELERwasbom25 Sep 1866anddied6Dec 1941. 

+ 1 1 M X. Josiah Stephen WHEELER was bom 20 Nov 1868 and died 13 Jul 1933. 

+ 1 2 F xi. Sarah Adelade WHEELER was bom 25 Oct 1 870 and died 1 Jul 1 93 1 . 

+ 1 3 M xii. Jacob Le Roy WHEELER was bom 2 Nov 1 873 and died 6 Sep 1 94 1 . 

+ 14 F xiii. Lucinda ALMEDA WHEELER was bom 14 Feb 1875 and died 7 Jun 1948. 

+ 15 F xiv. Ida BELL WHEELER was bom 6 Jun 1877 and died 29 Apr 1948. 



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+ 1 6 F XV. Sylvia SURVINA WHEELER was bora 2 1 Oct 1 879 and died 1 Aug 1 954. 

+ 1 7 F xvi. Bertha FATINA CLANTHA WHEELER was bom 2 Oct 1 882 and died 29 Mar 

1962. 



Second Generation 

2. Levi Lincoln WHEELER (Levi) was bora 22 Aug 1 838 in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusets. He 
died 5 Jan 1918 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho and was buried 7 Jan 1918 in Blackfoot, Bingham, 
Idaho. He was sealed to his parents on 26 May 1933 in the Logan Utah temple. Levi was baptized 28 
Apr 1856. He was endowed 10 Mar 1858 in the Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: RUBY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #7252 ALSO GS #2049 

MARRIAGE: IGI #M0486 UTAH 1978 EDITION 

DEATH: CERTMCATE STATE OF IDAHO #19789 

BURIAL: GROVE CRY CEMETERY BLACKFOOT IDAHO 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #1 83404 BOOK C PAGE 71 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183404 BOOK C PAGE 71 

SEALED TO WIFE: ENDOWMENT HOUSE SEALINGS GS #1 83396 BOOK E PAGE 205 

SEALED TO PARENTS: SEALING RECORD LOGAN TEMPLE GS #178102 #20597 

MARRIAGE #2: IGI #M0486 UTAH 1978 EDITION 

SEALED TO WIFE #2: ENDOWMENT HOUSE SEALINGS GS #183396 BOOK E PAGE 21 1 

Source LDS area 289.3, evl5 J. Page 131. Judicial prosecution of prisoners 

for LDS plural Marriage. Prison sentence 1 884 - 1895, shows date and time, 

served, fine and costs if paid. ! 

Source 289.309, J453e, Film number 496,776. Encyclopedia of the Church of 

Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

Source Film number 007453 page 57. Book 19005 item 3, Plymouth Ward 

Source 979.2, B2d, 1940. page 1 1 item 6 Daughters of Utah Pioneer History 

tells of his owning a sawmill. 



Levi married (1 ) EUen LAVENDER, daughter of George LAVENDER and Mary Ann COLE, on 25 
Jan 1 864 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 20 Nov 1 868 in the Endowment House.. 
Ellen was bom 22 Jan 1 846 in Bedford, Bedford, England. She died 1 3 Oct 1927 in Blackfoot, 
Bingham, Idaho and was buried 13 Oct 1927 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. She was sealed to her 
parents on 25 Feb 1952. Ellen was baptized May 1855. She was endowed 23 Nov 1868 in the 
Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: CERTIFICATE BEDFORD ENGLAND #PAS 53195 - PATRIARCHAL BLESSING 
GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: IGI #M0486 UTAH 1978 EDITION 



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BURIAL: GROVE CITY CEMETERY BLACKFOOT IDAHO 
BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183406 BOOK G PAGE 34 
ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183406 BOOK G PAGE 34 
SEALED TO HUSBAND: ENDOWMENT HOUSE SEALING GS #183396 BOOK E PAGE 205 
SEALED TO PARENTS: 
Levi and Ellen had the following children: 

1 8 F i. EUen Josephine WHEELER was bora 1 9 Apr 1 866 in Eden, Weber, Utah. She 

died 20 Jun 1918 and was buried Jun 1918. She was sealed to her parents on 5 Feb 
1 920. Ellen was baptized 1 Jul 1875. She was endowed 22 May 1913 in the Salt 
Lake temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 15 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS02049 PAGE 1 5 

ENDOWMENT: IGI SALT LAKE TEMPLE GS #1267022 #14334 BOOK D PAGE 399 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Ellen married William L ROWE on 6 May 1 881 . 

19 M ii. Levi William WHEELER was bom 16Feb 1868 in Eden, Weber, Utah. He died 12 

Apr 1910 in INKOM, Bannock, Idaho and was buried Apr 1910 in INKOM, 
Bannock, Idaho. He was sealed to his parents on 5 Feb 1920. Levi was baptized 5 Jul 
1877. He was endowed 5 Mar 1903 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 16 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURL^: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 16 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #2522 BOOK B PAGE 71 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi married Mary Ann GARDNER, daughter of Henry GARDNER and Mary 
WALKER, on 30 Dec 1889. They were sealed 5 Mar 1903 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Mary was bom 21 Jul 1866 in Mendon, Cache, Utah. She died 13 Nov 1935 in 
INKOM, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 17 Nov 1935 in INKOM, Bannock, Idaho. 
Mary was baptized 22 Jun 1874. She was endowed 5 Mar 1903 in the Logan Utah 
twnple. 

BIRTH: 

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MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

20 M iii. George Lincoln WHEELER was bom 14 Jul 1 870 in Eden, Weber, Utah. He died 

1 9 Feb 1 879 and was buried Feb 1 879. He was bom in the covenant. George was 
baptized 3 Feb 1 920 in the Logan Utah temple. He was endowed 4 Feb 1 925 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 16 

MARRIAGE: UNMARRIED CHILD 

DEATH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 16 AGE 8 YEARS 7 MONTHS 
5 DAYS 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS # 1 267022 #22007 BOOK FE PAGE 1 04 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #22007 BOOK FE PAGE 104 

SEALED TO PARENS: BIC 

2 1 M iv. Ezra Lorenzo WHEELER was bom 26 Jul 1 872 in Eden, Weber, Utah. He died 26 

Jan 1957 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho and was buried 28 Jan 1957 in American 
Falls, POWER, Idaho. He was bora in the covenant. Ezra was baptized 14 Jun 1884. 
He was endowed 15 Oct 1902 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 18 
MARRIAGE: CERTIHCATE BINGHAM COUNTY IDAliO BOOK 1 
DEATH: CERTIHCATE STATE OF IDAHO #137 
BURIAL: FALLS VIEW CEMETERY AMERICAN FALLS IDAHO 
BAPTISM: RUDY DAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 18 
ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #2180 BOOK B PAGE 61 
SEALED TO WIFE: LOGAN TEMPLE 
SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Ezra married Levenia Jane GARDNER, daughter of Henry GARDNER and Mary 
WALKER, on 27 Nov 1 895 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. They were sealed 1 5 Oct 
1902 in the Logan Utah temple. Levenia was bom 12 Feb 1875 in Mendon, Cache, 
Utah. She died 1 Nov 1954 in American Falls, Power, Idaho and was buried 4 Nov 
1954 in American Falls, Power, Idaho. Levenia was baptiz^ 1 Jul 1883. She was 
endowed 1 5 Oct 1 902 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: 

MARRIAGE: CERTEFICATE BINGHAM COUNTY IDAHO BOOK 1 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: FALS VIEW CEMETERY AMERICAN FALLS IDAHO 



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BAPTISM: 

GIVEN NAME ALSO SPELLED "LEVINIA" "LEVINA" 

22 F V, Emma Flora WHEELER was bom 1 5 Sep 1 875 in HUNTSVILLE, Weber, Utah. 

She died 2 1 Jul 1 93 1 and was buried Jul 1 93 1 . She was bom in the covenant. Emma 
was baptized 19 Jun 1884. She was endowed 10 Nov 1898 in the Salt Lake temple. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392659 

MARRIAGE: TIB SALT LAKE TEMPLE GS #1267022 ^16210 BOOK A PAGE 451 
DEATH: CERTEFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #75812 
BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 19 
ENDOWMENT: TIB SALT LAKE TEMPLE GS #1267022 #16210 BOOK A PAGE 451 
SEALED TO HUSBAND: 
SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 
Emma married David HILL on 20 Apr 1892. 

23 F vi. Martha Ann WHEELER was bom 20 Jan 1 878 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She 

died 16 Mar 1920 in INKOM, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 18 Mar 1920 in 
INKOM, Bannock, Idaho. She was bom in the covenant. Martha was baptized 31 
Mar 1886. She was endowed 9 Sep 1908 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BERTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392644 

MARRL\GE: CERTIHCATE 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #29740 

BimiAL: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 20 

ENDOWMENT: TIB IXXiAN TEMPLE GS 1267022 #6209 BOOK B PAGE 173 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Martha married John Isaac CORNWALL, son of Amos CORNWALL and Mary 
Elizabeth SHAFFER, on 13 May 1 892 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 9 
Sep 1908 in the Logan Utah temple. John was bom 29 Apr 1 874 in MILLVILLE, 
Cache, Utah. He died 19 Oct 1 93 1 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 22 
Oct 193 1 in INKOM, Bannock, Idaho. John was baptized 4 Aug 1 881 . He was 
endowed 9 Sep 1908 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: 
MARRIAGE: 

24 F vii. Mary Alice WHEELER was bom 1 1 Mar 1 88 1 in Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. She 

died 23 May 1 90 1 in Rudy, Fremont, Idaho and was buried 25 May 1 90 1 in Rigby, 
Fremont, Idaho. She was bom in the covenant. Mary was baptized 3 Aug 1 889. She 
was endowed 1 1 Dec 1901 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 21 

MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE BANNOCK COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORD 1896 BOOK 1 



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DEATH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 21 

BURIAI.: PIONEER CEMETERY RIGBY DAHO SEXTON WALTER SCHOLES RECORD 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 21 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #9396 BOOK F PAGE 260 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Mary married Thomas ALMON WHITTLE, son of Thomas Levi WHITTLE and 
Mary Jane BUTTERFIELD, on 3 1 Aug 1 896 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho. They 
were sealed 11 Dec 1901 in the Logan Utah temple. Thomas was bom 25 Dec 1865 
in Richmond, Cache, Utah. He died 14 Feb 1926 in Park City, Summit, Utah and was 
buried 1 8 Feb 1926 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho. He was sealed to his parents 
submitted 24 Apr 1998. Thomas was baptized 6 Apr 1879. He was endowed 1 1 Dec 
1901 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BERTH: RICHMOND UTAH WARD RECORD BOOK A EARLY TO 1909 

BLESSED: 8 FEB 1866 

MARRIAGE: BANNOCK COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORD 1896 BOOK 1 PAGE 84 

DEATH: 

BUIUAL: PIONEER CEMETERY RIGBY IDAHO SEXTON WALTER SCHOLES RECORD 

BAPTISM: LOGAN TEMPLE BOOK B PAGE 905 BOOK J PAGE 260 #9396 

ENDOWMENT: LOGAN TEMPLE BOOK B PAGE 905 BOOK J PAGE 260 #9396 

25 M viii. Charles Burt WHEELER was bom 25 Sep 1 883 in Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. He 
died 9 Oct 1965 in , , Utah and was buried Oct 1965. He was bom in the covenant. 
Charles was baptized 4 May 1894. He was endowed 25 Mar 1981 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. 

BIRTH: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS 02049 PAGE 22 

MARRL\GE: CERTIFICATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF UTAH #65-03-5 1 14 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 22 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEAI.ED TO PARENTS: BIC 

MARRIAGE #2: 

OCCUPATION: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 

Charles married (1) Adah BRIGHT, daughter of John BRIGHT and PHEOBE 
SMITH, on 1 1 Jul 1906 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 1 Mar 1995 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Adah was bom 3 Feb 1 881 in Lewiston, Cache, Utali. 
She died 16 Apr 1947 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah and was buried 18 Apr 1947 in 
Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Her sealing to parents was submitted. Adah was baptized 30 

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Nov 1 889. Her endowment was submitted. 

Charles also married (2) Ila DURNEY on 16 May 1949 in of Plymouth, Box Elder, 
Utah. They were sealed 1 Mar 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Ila was bom 
1928 in of Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. Ila was baptized 22 Feb 1995 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 1 2 Apr 1 995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

26 F ix. Lydia May WHEELER was bom 28 Jul 1 887 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. She died 

5 Aug 1955 in BOISE, Ada, Idaho and was buried Aug 1955. She was bom in the 
covenant. Lydia was baptized 6 Jun 1896. She was endowed 1 Sep 1971 in the 
Oakland California temple. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392677 

MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE BINGHAM COUNTY IDAHO 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #2736 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: RUDY IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #02049 PAGE 23 

ENDOWMENT: IGI 1976 EDITION #M0064 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

MARRIAGE #2: 

Lydia married (1) Robert Newton PEED, son of Oscar VALOUS PEED and Laura 
Alice WREFORD, on 1 1 Jul 1906 in Poplar, Bingham, Idaho. Robert was bora 24 
May 1872 in Carthage, JOPLIN, Missouri. He died 10 Mar 1941 in BOISE, Ada, 
Idaho and was buried Mar 1 94 1 . Robert was baptized 2 Jan 1 92 1 . 
Lydia also married (2) Charles E BLACKSMITH on 19 Jun 1943. 

Levi also married (2) Sarah Jane LAVENDER, daughter of George LAVENDER and Mary Ann 
COLE, on 30 Nov 1868 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 30 Nov 1868 in the 
Endowment House.. Sarah was bom 2 Jan 1852 in Bedford, Bedford, England. She died 24 Aug 1909 
in Poplar, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried Aug 1909 in Shelton, Bonneville, Idaho. She was sealed 
to her parents on 25 Feb 1 952. Sarah was baptized 7 Jul 1864. She was endowed 30 Nov 1 868 in the 
Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 47 - MARRIOTT UTAH WARI) 
RECORD GS #026172 

MARRIAGE: IGI #M0486 UTAH 1978 EDITION 

DEATH: OBITUARY IN NEWSPAPER 

BURIAL: SHELTON CEMETERY 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183406 BOOK G PAGE 34 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183406 BOOK G PAGE 34 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Levi and Sarah had the following children: 

27 M X. John Albert WHEELER was bom 30 Oct 1 869 in Eden, Weber, Utah. He died 26 

Jun 1945 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried 1 Jul 1945 in Shelton, 



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Bonneville, Idaho. He was bora in the covenant. John was baptized 5 Jul 1877. He 
was endowed 1 5 Dec 1 897 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 PG 7 

MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO # 144264 

BAPTISM: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 PG 7 

ENDOWMENT: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 PG 7 

SEALED TO WIFE: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 PG 7 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

BIRTH: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PAGE 7 

MARRIAGE: CERTfflCATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #144264 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PAGE 7 

ENDOWMENT: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PAGE 7 

SEALING TO WIFE: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PAGE 7 

John married Mary Matilda ATKINSON, daughter of Alfred John ATKINSON and 
Ann BOTTING, on 1 7 Sep 1890 in Mendon, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 1 5 Dec 
1 897 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was bom 30 Sep 1 870 in Clarkston, Cache, 
Utah. She died 23 Nov 1944 in Poplar, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried 26 Nov 
1944 in Shelton, Bonneville, Idaho. Mary was baptized 30 Mar 1 879. She was 
endowed 1 5 Dec 1 897 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 - PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS # 392693 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #141315 

BAPTISM: RIRIE WARD IDAHO GS # 07290 

ENDOWMENT: POPLAR WARD IDAHO GS # 07247 PG 6 

BIRTH: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS 
#392693 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #141315 

BURL\L: 

BAPTISM: RIRIE IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07290 

ENDOWMENT: POPLAR IDAHO WARD RECORD GS #07247 PAGE 6 

MARRL\GE: CERTIHCATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 

28 M xi. Zera Leroy WHEELER was bom 2 1 Jul 1 872 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. He died 
17 Dec 1912 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada and was buried 19 Dec 1912 in Kimball, 
Alberta, Canada. He was bom in the covenant. Zera was baptized 14 Jun 1 882. He 
was endowed 27 Feb 1 901 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267023 #4060 BOOK B PAGE 31 
MARRL\GE: CERTIHCATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 



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LIFE OF LEVI LINCOLN WHEELER 

Levi Lincoln Wheeler was bom in Abington, Plymouth, Massachusetts on 22 August 
1 838 to Levi Wheeler and Mary Ann Arnold. This was the first son bom to this couple after 
their marriage on 15 May 1838 by Reverend William Whiting in Abington, Plymouth County, 
Massachusetts. 

The family soon moved to Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine where three more children 
blessed this family: Calvin, bom 14 August 1840; Almira, bom 15 May 1843; and George, bom 
30 March 1844. 

While the family was in Augusta, the Elders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints called at the home, and Mary Aim was very impressed by what they taught and she was 
desirous to have her husband, Levi, hear their message. When Levi came home from logging, 
she talked him into going to hear the Elders preach and they were converted and baptized in 
1 845. The missionary's name was George Walton. They were impressed with him and when 
their next son was bom, they called him George Walton Wheeler. 

In 1845 they, along with Levi's mother, Sarah Stevens Wheeler, some of his brothers- 
Simon, Jacob and Joseph, and sister Martha, with their families, moved to Nauvoo, Illinois, 
They did not stay long in Nauvoo. Levi Lincoln was about 7 years old at this time, and they 
moved to Lee County, Illinois. This is where another baby blessed this union-Mellissa Ann 
bom 19 April 1847. This gave Levi Lincoln two brothers and two sisters; five children in this 
little family. 

Within the next three years they moved or were living in Paw Paw, Illinois. This is where 
Mary Aim became very ill and died of tuberculosis, 1 1 March 1850. She is buried in Paw Paw 
Grove Cemetery, Illinois. This was a very sad time in each of their lives. 

In the summer, Levi and his brothers went to California to the gold msh leaving these five 
small children with the family in Illinois. Levi Lincoln was twelve years old at this time. His 
father came back to Illinois. Levi Lincoln was sixteen years of age now and he helped his dad 
purchase an up-to-date sawmill to cross the plains and bring to Utah. 

Levi Lincoln, being the oldest, drove three yoke of oxen pulling the steam engine and 
boiler part of the sawmill across the plains. This must have been quite an experience for such a 
young man. 

Calvm, about fourteen, was a scout and night herder who looked after the horses and 
cattle, and kept a sharp outlook for Indians along the way. Almira was about twelve, George 
about ten, and little Mellissa about seven. Each had their assigned chores to do. They settled 
first in Little Cottonwood Canyon south of Salt Lake City. 

Levi Lincoln's father, was a very close friend of Brigham Young, and Levi Lincoln and 
Calvin both served as private guards for President Brigham Young. 

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Levi Lincoln was baptized in 1856 in Little Cottonwood by William Boyce. It was not 
long until they moved the sawmill to Ogden, and Levi Lincoln and Calvin were made foremen in 
charge of the men who worked for Levi Wheeler. Their father often said to them, "A boss has to 
do two men's work; his own share of the work and the supervising too." 

It was aroimd this time that Levi Lincoln met the Lavender family and was very interested 
in their daughter, Ellen. Levi Lincoln married Ellen Lavender 25 January 1 864 in the Ogden, 
Utah area. She was the daughter of George and Mary Ann Coles Lavender. 

Then- first child, Ellen Josephine Wheeler was bora in Eden, Weber County, Utah 19 
April 1866. She married William L. Rowe 6 May 1881 in Mendon, Utah and they had five 
children; two died in infancy and three were married. She died 20 June 1918 in Ogden, Utah. 

Levi William Wheeler, the second child, was bom 16 February 1 868 in Eden, Weber 
County, Utah. He married Mary Ann Gardner 30 December 1889 and died 12 April 1910 in 
Inkom, Bannock County, Idaho. 

On 30 November 1868, Levi Lincoln married Sarah Jane Lavender, younger sister of 
Ellen Lavender in the Endowment House. Levi and Ellen had been sealed together on 20 
November 1 868 in the Endowment House. 

Levi Lincoln's first child by Sarah Jane was bom 30 October 1869 in Eden, Weber 
County, Utah and they named him John Albert Wheeler. He married Mary Matilda Atkinson 1 7 
September 1890 and had twelve children including two sets of twins. He died 26 June 1945 in 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville County, Idaho. 

Levi Lincoln's third child by Ellen, George Lincoln, was bom 14 July 1 870 in Eden, 
Weber County, Utah and died when he was eight years old, 1 9 February 1 878 in Utah. 

In 1 872 Levi Lincoln had two sons bom in Eden, Weber County Utah. Sarah Jane had 
her second son, Zera LeRoy, bom 21 July 1872. He married Margaret Nish 15 November 1894 
and died 17 December 1912 in Ontario, Canada. Ellen had her fourth child, Ezra Lorenzo bom 
26 July 1872. He married Lavina Gardner 27 November 1895 and died 26 January 1957 at 
Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho. 

In 1875 Levi Lincoln had two more children, bom in Huntsville, Weber County, Utah. 
Ellen gave birth to her fifth child, a little girl-Emma Flora, bom 15 September 1875. She 
married David Hill 20 April 1892 and died 21 July 1931. 

Sarah Jane had another boy, her third, Oscar Lee, bom 30 January 1875 in Eden, Weber 
County, Utah. He filled a mission and married Ida Isabelle Moss 21 Febmary 1917 and died 18 
April 1931 at Ririe, Bonneville, Idaho. 



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Levi Lincoln's next son was bom to Sarah Jane, her fourth son, Milo Andrew, born 21 
May 1877 in North Ogden, Weber County, Utah. He married Cordelia Bright 1 March 1905 and 
died 9 June 1 965 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah. 

Ellen had another little girl, Martha Ann, bom 20 January 1878 in North Ogden, Weber 
County, Utah. She married John Isaac Comwall 13 May 1892 and died 16 March 1920 in 
Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho. 

Sarah Jane had her fifth son, Fred Arnold, bom 23 October 1879 in Lewiston, Cache 
County, Utah. He married Jean May Cameron 25 December 1908 and died 27 January 1960 in 
Rigby, Jefferson County, Idaho. 

Ellen and Levi Lincoln had another little daughter, their seventh child, Mary Alice 
Wheeler bom 1 1 March 1881 in Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. She married Thomas Almon 
Whittle 3 1 August 1 896 and had three little girls who died when they were very young. Mary 
Alice died 23 May 1901 in Rudy, Fremont County, Idaho. 

Sarah Jane had her sixth son, Joseph Henery, bom 3 December 1882 in Lewiston, Cache 
County, Utah. He married Clara Deseret Stephenson 6 September 1905 and died 24 July 1963 in 
Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

On 25 September 1 883 the eighth child and fourth son, Charles Burt, was born to Ellen 
and Levi Lincoln Wheeler in Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. He married Ada Bright 1 1 July 1906 
and died 9 October 1965 in Lewiston, Cache County, Utah. 

Levi Lincoln and Sarah Jane's seventh son, Jesse Jacob Wheeler was bom 8 March 1885 
at Franklin, Franklin County, Idaho. He married Eva Violet Moss on 29 June 1 908 at Rigby, 
Jefferson County, Idaho and died 13 Febmary 1967 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville County, Idaho. 

In 1 887 Levi Lincoln became a father of two little girls. Ellen had her ninth child and 
fifth daughter, Lydia May Wheeler, bom 28 July 1 887 in Franklin, Oneida County, Idaho. She 
married Robert Newton Peed 1 1 July 1906 and died 5 August 1955 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho. 

Sarah Jane at last had a little girl; her eighth child, after having seven boys. She gave her 
the name of Mary Ann, after her mother, I am sure. She was bom 17 November 1887 in 
Lewiston, Cache County, Utah and married Alvin Ohiey 23 November 1904. When he died, she 
married George Coltin 30 January 1935 and then she died 6 August 1963 in Shelley, Bingham 
County, Idaho. 

This made seventeen children for Levi Lincoln and his two wives. There were eleven 
boys and six girls. Levi Lincoln worked on the sawmill with his father and brothers all of his 
life. 



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On 25 September 1890 the Manifesto was passed. This was a Government law that said 
that each man should have only one wife. The Church members were very staunch and stood 
together. Wilford Woodruff, President of the Church prayed to the Lord and, feeling inspired, 
issued that in effect, it was the word of the Lord to the Church forbidding the practice of plural 
marriage. However, it did not deny the rightfulness nor the divinity of the doctrine of plural 
marriage. The same authority had directed the discontinuance of plural marriage by the Church 
as had inaugurated it in the first instance. 

And such was the truth in this case. The Saints in this matter of surrendering the practice 
of plural marriage obeyed God, not man. 

This was very hard on these families. On Thursday, 20 November 1 890 in the First 
District Court at Ogden, Utah, Levi Lincoln Wheeler of North Ogden was sentenced by Judge 
James A. Miner to twenty days imprisonment for noncompliance. Then on Wednesday, 10 
December 1890, Levi Lincoln Wlieeler was discharged from the penitentiary. 

It was at this tune that Levi Lincoln and Ellen made plans to move to Idaho. Sarah Jane 
stayed in Lewiston with her little family. Her sons were very close to her and gave her much 
support. 

Preston Wheeler, Milo Andrew Wheeler's son, said his father told him that Sarah Jane 
and the family were living in a dugout which was very crude. A cousin, George E. Wheeler, son 
of George Wheeler, wanted to buy Sarah Jane's farm but he did not want to pay too much for it. 
Without the help of George Wheeler, brother of Levi Lincoln Wheeler, Milo said they did not 
know what they would have done. 

Sarah Jane sold the property to George E. Wlieeler and moved to Bear River, Utah, before 
coming to Idaho. This was about 1 900 as the Census find her and Milo, Fred, Jesse, and Annie 
living in Lewiston, Utah. 

Levi and Ellen were living in Tilden, Bingham County, Idaho for a while. They were 
active in the Tilden Ward where he was Superintendent of the Sunday School and she was 
working in the Relief Society. 

They then moved to Rudy, Jefferson County, Idaho and owned a little home there with a 
nice yard and flowers all around. 

As we understand from stories that have been told by the family, Levi Lincoki did very 
little for Sarah Jane and her family after they separated. My grandfather, John Albert Wheeler, 
told me a story about a visit by Preston Wheeler as follows: 

"When Preston went to visit Uncle John, he was hauling wood for his father, Levi 
Lincohi, and was working really hard to do it. 'Uncle John,' asked Preston, 'why are you 
working so hard for your father? What did he ever do to help you very much?' Uncle John said. 



'Well, it's this way my boy: Maybe Levi Lincoln wasn't the best father, but my son, he was my 
father.'" 

I'm sure times must have been really hard during these years. These pioneers must have 
made many sacrifices for us to have all the conveniences that we enjoy today. They must have 
been good, hardy stock to have endured hardships that they did and lived the long lives such as 
they did in those days. 

Levi Lincoln Wheeler filed Certificate #2717 and Application #3919 for a homestead for 
ground at Blackfoot, Idaho on 9 April 1900 and sold the land to Josiah Richardson the same year. 
The land was in Township 5, South of Range 32; 157 and 6/100 acres. He sold the homestead 
for $1,050.00. 

Levi Lincoln and Ellen Wheeler sold their property at Rudy, Jefferson, County, Idaho for 
$525.00 and built a house on a farm that their daughter and son-in-law, Emma Flora and David 
Hill, owned in Moreland. They built quite a nice little home. Ben Wheeler tells of a time when 
he was a little boy, and he and his father, John Albert Wheeler, went by wagon to Idaho Falls and 
then by train to Blackfoot to stay for a few days v^th his father and Ellen. They came back to 
Idaho Falls and had to stay there overnight before coming back to Poplar wdth the wagon the next 
day. This would have to have been around 1910 or 1912. 

David and Emma Hill could not make their mortgage payment on tlie farm and times 
were really tough. They lost their farm and, therefore, Levi Lincoln and Ellen Wheeler also lost 
the home they built on the property. This was everything they owned, Levi Lincoki and Ellen 
lived with David and Emma Hill for the rest of their lives. Levi Lincoln was very sickly the last 
few years of his life. He had been hit by lightning and needed much care. On 5 January 1918, he 
passed away. Dr. W. W. Beck said the cause of death was cardiac insufficiency and the 
contributing factor was myocarditis, and that he had had the condition for four years. 

Levi Lincoln was buried 7 January 1918 in the Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham 
County, Idaho. John Albert Wheeler gave the information for and signed the death certificate. 

This history was written by Margie Egan Stevens, great granddaughter of Sarah Jane 
Lavender and Levi Lincoln Wheeler. The material was gathered from Census, Ward, and 
Endowment Records; Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates; and stories told by Preston 
Wheeler, Ben Wheeler and Wilma Olney Nelson. 15 July 1984 



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DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267023 #4060 BOOK B PAGE 31 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267023 #4060 BOOK B PAGE 31 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIG 

Zera married Margaret NISH, daughter of Robert NISH and Agnes WILSON, on 
1 5 Nov 1 894 in Logan, Cache, Utah. They were sealed Mar 1 901 in the Idaho Falls 
Idaho temple. Margaret was bom 1 7 Mar 1 874 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. She 
died 15 Feb 1954 in Cardston, Alberta, Canada and was buried 19 Feb 1954 in 
Kimball, Alberta, Canada. She was s^Ied to her parents on 15 Jul 1 998 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. Margaret was baptized 27 May 1 881. She was endowed Mar 
1901. 

29 M xii. Oscar Lee WHEELER was bom 30 Jan 1 875 in Eden, Weber, Utah. He died 1 8 

Apr 193 1 in Poplar, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried 21 Apr 1 93 1 in Ririe, 
Jefferson, Idaho. He was bom in the covenant. Oscar was baptized 14 Jun 1884. He 
was endowed 30 Nov 1910 in the Sah Lake temple. 

BRJTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 
MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE SALT LAKE COUNIY UTAH #26128 
DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #74775 
BURIAL: SHELTON CEMETERY RIRIE IDAHO 
BAPTISM: TB SALT LAKE TEMPLE GS #1267022 #7139 PAGE 199 
ENDOWMENT: TIB SALT LAKE TEMPLE GS #1267022 #7139 PAGE 199 
SEALED TO WIFE: 
SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Oscar married Ida Is9 belle MOSS, daughter of HYRAM Ralph MOSS and Fanny 
WATSON, on 21 Feb 1917 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 21 Feb 
1 91 7 in the Salt Lake temple. Ida was bom 1 3 Oct 1 889 in Labelle, Fremont, Idaho. 
She died 13 May 1925 in ANTELOPE, Bonneville, Idalio and was buried 15 May 
1925 in Ririe, Jefferson, Idaho. Ida was baptized 18 Nov 1897. She was endowed 21 
Feb 1917. 

BIRTH: 

MARRL\GE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: SHELTON CEMETERY RIRIE IDAHO 

30 M xiii. Milo Andrew WHEELER was bom 24 May 1 877 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

He died 9 Jun 1 965 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah and was buried 1 2 Jun 1 965 in Preston, 
Cache, Utah. He was bom in the covenant. Milo was baptized 6 Jun 1885. He was 
endowed 23 Aug 1911 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 44 
MARRIAGE: CERTfflCATE 



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DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF UTAH 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECIRD GS #25596 PAGE 44 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #8153 BOOK B PAGE 227 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIG 

Milo married Cordelia Etta BRIGHT, daughter of Isaac Preston BRIGHT and 
Cordelia BRO WER, on 1 Mar 1 905 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 23 
Aug 1911 in the Logan Utah temple. Cordelia was bom 19 Dec 1 877 in Richmond, 
Cache, Utah. Cordelia was baptist 1 9 Dec 1 885. She was endowed 23 Aug 1911 in 
the Logan Utah temple. 

3 1 M xiv. Fred ARNOLD WHEELER was bom 23 Oct 1 879 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He 

died 27 Jan 1960 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho and was buried 1 Feb 1960 in Ririe, 
Jefferson, Idaho. He was bom in the covenant. Fred was baptized 23 Oct 1 887. He 
was endowed 4 Sep 1970 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 51 

MARRIAGE: CERTMCATE 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF IDAHO #303 

BURIAL: SHELTON CEMETERY RDUE IDAHO 

BAPTISM: RllUE IDAHO WARD RECORD GS07290 #687 

ENDOWMENT: TIB IDAHO FALLS TEMPLE REF #7019505 PAGE 86 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Fred married Jean May CAMERON, daughter of Thomas CAMERON and Blanche 
RICHARDS, on 25 Dec 1908 in EAGLE ROCK, Bingham, Idaho. Their sealing was 
submitted. Jean was bom 17 Feb 1888 in Poplar, Bingham, Idaho. She died 1 7 Jan 
1961 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho and was buried 20 Jan 1961 in Ririe, Jefferson, 
Idaho. Jean was baptized 9 Mar 1977. She was endowed 1 1 Mar 1 977 in the St. 
George Utah temple. 

BIRTH: 

MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE 

DEATH: 

BUTUAL: SHELTON CEMETERY RIRIE IDAHO 

32 M XV. Joseph Henry WHEELER was bom 3 Dec 1 882 in Plymouth, Box Elder, Utah. He 

died 24 Jul 1963 in PROVO, Utah, Utah and was buried 27 Jul 1963 in Lewiston, 
Cache, Utah. He was bom in the covenant. Joseph was baptized 21 Mar 1 891 . He 
was endowed 10 Feb 1915 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: TIB 

MARRIAGE: CERITFICATE ONIEDA COUNTY IDAHO 

DEATH: CERTIFICAIF. SIATE OF UTAH #63-25-3801 



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BURIAL- 
BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 62 
ENDOWMENT: TB LOGAN TEMPLE 
SEAI.ED TO WIFE: 
SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Joseph married Clara Deseret STEPHENSON, daughter of HARRIS Shannon 
STEPHENSON and Isabella SPROUL, on 6 Sep 1 905 in Malad, Oneida, Idaho. 
They were sealed 1 4 Jun 191 5 in the Logan Utah temple. Clara was bom 7 Jun 1 880 
in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She died 14 Dec 1951 in Trenton, Cache, Utah and was 
buried 18 Dec 1951 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Clara was baptized 7 Jun 1888. She 
was endowed 10 Feb 1 915 in the Logan Utah temple. 

33 M xvl Jesse Jacob WHEELER was bom 8 Mar 1 885 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. He died 

13 Feb 1967 m Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried 15 Feb 1967 in Ririe, 
Jefferson, Idaho. He was bom in the covenant. Jesse was baptized 1 8 Mar 1 895. He 
was endowed 7 Aug 1958 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

BIRTH: LEMSTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #25596 PAGE 44 

MARRL\GE: CERTIFICATE FREMONT COUNTY IDAHO BOOK 2 PAGE 246 

DEATH: CERTMCATE STATE OF IDAHO #652 

BURL\L: SHELTON CEMETERY RIRIE IDAHO 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #25596 PAGE 44 

ENDOWMENT: TIB IDAHO FALLS TEMPLE GS # 1267022 #2 

SEALED TO WIRi: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Jesse married Eva Violet MOSS, daughter of HYRAM Ralph MOSS and Fanny 
WATSON, on 29 Jun 1908 in Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho. They were sealed 7 Aug 1958 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Eva was bom 10 Jul 1887 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho. She died 13 Nov 1970 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho and was buried 16 
Nov 1970 m Ririe, Jefferson, Idaho. Eva was baptized 3 Oct 1895. She was endowed 
7 Aug 1958 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

34 F xvii. Mary Ann WHEELER was bom 1 7 Nov 1 887 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She died 

6 Aug 1 963 and was buried Aug 1 963. She was bom in the covenant. Mary was 
baptized 4 Jun 1 898. She was endowed 1 5 Jan 1 9 1 3 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 51 

MARRIAGE: CERTIFICATE CACHE COUNTY UTAH 

DEATH: CERTlFICA're STATE OF IDAHO #3388 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #25596 PAGE 51 

ENDOWMENT: TIB LOGAN TEMPLE GS #1267022 #9183 BOOK B PAGE 256 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 



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KNOWN AS "ANNIE" ALL llER LIFE 

Mary married (1 ) AIvIe OLNEY on 23 Nov 1904. 

Mary also married (2) George COLTON on 30 Jan 1935 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. 
Their sealing was submitted to the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. G^rge was bom 1 883 
in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1 995 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. George was baptized 10 Aug 1 994 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. He was endowed 14 Oct 1 994 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

3. Calvin WHEELER (Levi) was bom 14 Aug 1 840 in Augusta, Kennebec, Maine. He died 5 Jun 1920 
in MORELAND, Bingham, Idaho and was buried 7 Jun 1920 in MORELAND, Bingham, Idaho. He 
was sealed to his parents on 26 May 1933 in the Logan Utah temple. Calvin v^as baptized 1 5 Sep 
1854. He was endowed 3 Mar 1865 in the Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: TIB GS #1267021 #2023 BOOK E PAGE 101 

DEATH: CERTfflCATE STATE OF IDAHO #30779 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183405 BOOK E PAGE 101 

ENDOWMENT: ENDOWMENT HOUSE GS #183405 BOOK E PAGE 101 

SEAI.ED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: SEALING RECORD LOGAN TEMPLE GS #178102 

OCCUPATION: FARMER 

MARRIAGE #2: 

Calvin married (1) JuHa Elizabeth BIDWELL, daughter of Robert William BIDWELL and 
Elizabeth ROE. on 16 Sep 1860 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were sealed 3 Mar 1 865 in the 
Endowment House.. Julia was bora 13 Aug 1844 in FARMERS Vn.LE, CATTARAUGUS, New 
York. She died 26 Sep 1 871 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah and was buried Sep 1 871 . She was 
endowed 3 Mar 1 865 in the Endowment House.. 

They had the following children: 

35 M i. Joseph WHEELER was bora 2 Sep 1 862 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 

Nov 1941 and was buried Nov 1941. He was sealed to his parents on 5 Jun in the 
Cardston Alberta temple. Joseph was baptized 12 Jul 1 885. He was endowed 3 1 Mar 
1886. 

BIRTII: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: CAN ONLY READ 195 OF YEAR REST MISSING 

Joseph married EVERD ARILLA LOVE. 

36 M ii. Calvin WHEELER was bom 23 Mar 1 865 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 

29 Sep 1938 and was buried Sep 1938. He was bom in the covenant. Calvin was 

baptized May 1874. He was endowed 21 Feb 1895. 

Calvin married Margaret Emma BARKER on 29 Dec 1 889. 

37 M iii. Robert WHEELER was bom 1 4 Nov 1 869 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 

24 Apr 1 94 1 and was buried Apr 1 94 1 . He was bom in the covenant. Robert was 

baptized 1905. He was endowed 24 Jan 1957. 

Robert married Emma Elizabeth GARDINER on 1 7 Jan 1 89 1 . 



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SONS OF CALVIN & JULIA BID WELL WHEELER 
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FAMILY fflSTORY OF THE LIFE OF 
CALVIN WHEELER 



Calvin Wheeler was bom 1 4 August 1 840, at Augusta, Kennebec, Maine, the son of Levi Wheeler and 
Mary Ann Wilder Arnold. He was the second son and child of five children - Levi Lincoln, born 22 
August 1838, Calvin, bom 14 August 1840, Elmira Jane bom 15 May 1842, George Walton, bom 30 
March 1844 and Melissa Ann bom 19 April 1847. He was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-Day Saints 15 September 1854. 

When he was about 14 years of age, his father got the gold fever, so took his femily and started west. 
They moved first to Illinois and while there his mother passed away and is buried at Paw Paw Grove, Lee 
County, Illinois. When he was 1 8 they came across the plains. While traveling he received a leg injury, 
which he called "a snag". The leg was hurt by a stick. It didn't heal and for years he had a running sore 
on it. 

Calvin acted as a bodyguard for Brigham Young; was what they termed as a Minuteman -ready to go 
at any time. One time as the Mormons were headed west, a band of Indians were seen riding towards 
them. When he saw them coming, Brigham Young placed his hands upon Calvin's head and gave him 
a blessing that he would be able to talk with the Indians in their own language and that he would be a 
peacemaker with them When they arrived there, Calvin, much to his amazement, talked with the Indians 
and they understood him. Alter that he learned the Indian language and went among them many times. 

He tells of helping fortify Echo Canyon at the coming of Johnston's Army into Utah. Lot Smith 
stopped Johnston's Army by fortifying the canyon. He had only 40 men but kept them riding around a 
hiU and some pushing rocks down the hill thereby deceiving the enemy - making them think there were 
many more than the scant 40 men. Lot Smith rode into Johnston's camp and commanded them to 
surrender and when asked by what authority, he said pointing to the few men who could be seen, "By the 
authority of my men." They thought that because of so many men, they were defeated. Lot set fire to 
their wagons and the army retreated saying, "The hills were full of Mormons." They also set fire to the 
range and grass to keep the army out. He also tells of putting straw around the homes in the valley, in 
preparation of setting fire to them in case the army did come into Salt Lake City. They would find it just 
as desolate as did the saints when they arrived in the valley. Later a delegation fi-om the army came into 
Salt Lake City to investigate the Mormons and found their records and everything was in order and they 
had been misinformed as to the condition that existed in Utah. 

His boyhood days were spent working much of the time, to gain a living and the necessities of life, as 
was tme of all in those early pioneer days in Utah. The family settled in North Ogden and he worked 
with his father Levi in Ogden Canyon cutting timber. They would cut the logs and float them dov^n the 
river. 

Calvin had very little opportunity to attend school but gained much of his education through 
experience. He was able to read and write and was "pretty good with figures." About all he did in his 
last years was to read. This he did by using a hand-held reading glass. He was a good dancer and 
enjoyed sports, horseback riding, boxing and wrestling, which he was able to do well. He never went to 
church much until after he married his second wife. After he did take an interest in church he went all 



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out to live it, paid his tithdng, took part whenever he could and always encouraged his children to attend 
church and take part. Three of his sons filled missions ~ David to the Southern States, John Andrew to 
Texas, and Jacob Archie to Indiana. 

On 1 6 September 1 860, he married Julia Elizabeth Bidwell. To this union were bom four sons, Joseph 
bom 2 September 1 862, Calvin, Jr. bom 22 March 1 865, Robert bom 14 November 1 869 and Levi bom 
1 1 May 1 871 . This couple were sealed for time and all eternity on 3 March 1 865. On 26 September 
1871, Julia passed away leaving Calvin with four small children, the baby being only three months old. 
He was taken and raised by his Aunt a Mrs. Mower. It was then necessary for him to hire a housekeeper. 
About two years after his wife's passing he hired Marion Hutchison to care for his home and family. A 
year later on 13 January 1 873, Calvin and Marion Hutchison were married. Calvin thought that since the 
ofScers were watching the Mormons to see that they did not many in polygamy, that they had better be 
married by the justice of the peace, so that they might have a certificate of marriage in case any trouble 
should arise. Certificates were not given at the Endowment House. The Salt Lake Temple had not yet 
been finished. About two and one-half years later, after their first baby David was bom, they went to the 
Endowment House where they were married. T\M made all of the children except David bom under the 
covenant. It was not until David went to the temple before going on his mission to the Southern States, 
that they went and had him sealed to them. To this union was bom twelve children. David bom 14 
January 1875, Thomas Hardy bom 10 December 1876, Agnes bom 14 December 1878, and died at the 
age of 1 3 months, Beniah bom 29 November 1 880, John Andrew bom 25 September 1883, Jacob Archie 
bom 1 4 October 1 885, Mary Melissa bom 23 Febmary 1 888, James Ira bom 1 3 March 1 890, and died 
at the age of three years, Stella Almira bom 8 March 1892, Wilham Riley bom 6 October 1894, Austin 
Marion bom 21 November 1896 and Mabel bom 30 April 1899. 

Calvin had a cattle ranch on the Promontory and it was a good business in those days. They lived in 
a little two roomed house while in North Ogden. He always provided his family with a pretty good home. 
In the spring after they were married they moved to the ranch on the Promontory. Grandmother remarks 
that it was a "lonely old place to live." 

While living here Calvin herded cattle for Sid Stevens. Due to a very severe winter they lost a lot of 
cattle. He was sued for this but nothing came of it. He also herded cattle fi-om Farmington to Curlew 
Valley - West of Malad, for Miller and Turner, for several years. Calvin Jr. and Levi helped on this 
project. Levi had come home to live with his father when he was 16 years old. While living on the 
Promontory he, together with his boys cut and sold cedar posts. This is where David, who was then 12 
had his first experience driving oxen. 

In the fall of 1 887 or early spring of 1 888, Calvin traded his property in North Ogden for a ranch at 
Mapleton, Idaho. He took his family and started for their new home. The snow was so deep and it was 
so difficult to travel that they had got only as far as Collinston, Utah, where Melissa was born, and they 
had to stay until spring. In the spring they moved onto their ranch at Mapleton. While here he engaged 
in farming, cattle raising and operating a saw mill in Cub River Canyon, with the help of his brother 
George. They later sold the saw mill to Hank Palmer. After that Calvin bought cattle for ITiomas R. 
Thorton and with the help of his son David drove the stock to Big Piney, Wyoming on the Green River 
and delivered them to Mr. Palmer. 



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In these days the early settlers had many and varied experiences with the Indians. Grandfather tells 
of one encounter he and his brother George had with them. Once while away their oxen strayed off. 
When they went to hunt for them they came onto a group of Indians holding a dance and chanting to 
drive away the evil spirits from one of their members who was sick. The Indians were not always 
friendly, so they were a little worried as to how they would be accepted. They had some bread with 
them, which they gave to the Indians, which pleased them. As a result the Indians gave them a bucketfiil 
of service berries and helped them to locate their oxen. 

Calvin was associated with the Indians a great deal durhig his life and learned to speak their language. 
In feet his pet name for Mabel was "Poosie" an Indian expression Just three days before he passed away, 
when Mabel gave him a drink of water, he looked up at her and said, "My Poosie". That was his last 
word to her as he went into a coma shortly after. 

Mabel also tells how she and her brothers would scamper if they ever saw their father come out of 
the bedroom barefoote4 for he could and would nip them with his toes. He could pinch as well with his 
toes as he could vdth his fingers. 

Calvin and Thomas Durrant bought a prospecting claim in Logan Canyon. It didn't amount to much 
while they had it but later those who worked it were able to make it pay some. 

Uq now turned the form over to his boys and spent much of his time prospecting in the surrounding 
hills for gold, also in the Colorado hills. Seems that he had contracted the mining fever which he never 
did get over. 

He came up on Snake River on different occasions to do placer mining. Once he had his son Robert 
with him, also David and they washed gold together along the Snake. After David returned from his 
mission he accompanied him and his wife, Ida, to Indian Valley, Idaho where they cut ties and worked 
in the timber. Grandmother would not go with Grandfather on these trips but stayed home to help the 
boys with the farm. Calvin did not stay away very long at a time but would come home and then go 
again. 

In 1899 when Mabel was just six weeks old, he took Ben and went to Klondike in search of gold. 
They hadn't been there very long until Ben got homesick and wanted to come home. He wouldn't come 
alone, so they came back together. While there Calvin was able to help a man to safety and was credited 
with saving his life. He was a jeweler from Logan, Utah and as a reward gave him a beautifril pin for his 
wife and some gold earrings for Melissa. Tis said he forgot to mention his new baby girl Mabel, so she 
didn't receive a present. 

In 1 907, they moved to Preston, Idaho where they lived until the spring of 1 9 1 2. On April 1 2 of that 
year they moved to Moreland, Idaho where he used his homestead right and filed on 320 acres dry farm 
located about ten miles west of Moreland. He sold his place in Mapleton and bought a steam engine, 
plows and machinery to operate the place. They lived on the dry farm during the summer. They did not 
do so well after the first two years on this venture, so grandmother boarded school teachers and the boys 
managed the farm. This dry farm is now owned and operated by Glen Hart, who irrigates it with 
sprinklers. The water is obtained from a deep- drilled well. The desert is now certainly blooming as the 

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rose. 

They now lived in their little new five room home in Moreland. On their lot they had a small orchard 
and raised apples, plums and small fruits. Grandmother, who was always an ambitious worker and tried 
to do her part to maintain the femily, canned fruit and pickles to sell to the desert people. 

By now Calvin's health was beginning to fail and he was not able to do much hard work. He did take 
his steam engine down on the Snake River to again try his luck at washing gold, but was never able to 
make big money at it. 

Calvin passed away 5 June 1920 at 5:55 a.m. in Moreland, Idaho of prostrate gland trouble. He is 
buried in the Moreland cemetery. Following are his services: 

Song: I Need Thee Every Hour - Choir 

Prayer: Alonzo Famsworth 

Quartet: Oh, My Father - Wilford Jorden, Lloyd Anderson 

Mae Fyans and Laura Bartlett 
Remarks: John England, who has known him for 50 years 
Duet: There is Life Beyond the Shadow - There is Hope 

Beyond the Veil - Laura Bartlett and Mae Fyans 
Talk: H. A. Benson 
Solo: Face to Face - Wilford Belnap 
Remarks: C. J. Christiansen 
Song: Jesus Lover of My Soul - Choir 
Prayer: Abram Hatch 
Grave was dedicated by Amos T. Tucker 



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fflSTORY TAKEN FROM THE NORTH OGDEN WARD^ 

February 28, 1875 

In an Elders Meeting Calvin Wheeler was ordained an Elder. He was son of Levi 
Wheeler and Mary Ann Wilder Arnold and was bom August 14, 1 844 in the State of Maine - 
came to Utah, was baptized and confirmed in March 1855 by Bishop Stoker, was received in the 
North Ogden Ward September 4, 1855; Married Julia BidweU, daughter of Robert Bidwell and 
Elizabeth Rose, born at Nauvoo, Illinois, August 13, 1844. She bore him 4 boys before her death 
September 17, 1870, Viz: Joseph Wheeler, September 2, 1862; Calvine,March 23, 1865; Robert, 
November 13, 1 867 and Levi May 11, 187Q ( see pages 74. 100. 114, and 135) 

He was ordained an Elder March 7, 1865 (instead of the date above given) After the death 
of his first wife he married Marian Hutchinson, she was daughter of David Hutchinson and Agnes 
Nish, and was bom in Iron County, Utah, October 6, 1856. She bore him 5 children while 
residing in North Ogden, Viz: David, January 14, 1875, blessed by Benjamin Cazier, Baptized 
July 15, 1883 by David E. Gamer and confirmed by Jonathan Campbell; Thomas Hardy Wheeler 
bom December 10, 1876 blessed by David Chard; Agnes Wheeler, bom December 14,1878, 
Blessed by Joseph Godfirey, died January 10, 1880; Benjamin Wheeler bom November 29, 1880; 
and John A. Wheeler bom September 10, 1883 blessed November 1, 1 883 by John Brovm; 
Benjamin was blessed May 5, 1 880 by Jacob Ferrin. 

January 27, 1890 they were all transferred to Franklin, Idaho. 

March 23, 1865 

Calvin Wheeler, Jr.. bom to Calvin Wheeler, Sr., and Julia Bidwell. Married Emma 
Barker, moved to Collinston, Boxelder County, where a number of children were bom, 
namely:Henry Calvin, December 14, 1890; George Lewis, April 3, 1892; Nathan Andrew, 
November 3, 1893; Julia, November 3, 1895; Ira, June 3, 1897; and Margaret, June 12, 1899. 

Emma Barker bom in N. Ogden January 17, 1871, baptized May 6, 1 880, by John Brown 
and confirmed by B. Cazier. Married December 1889, to Calvin Wheeler, Jr., and moved near 
Collinston, Boxelder Co., Utah where her family was bom. 

September 1870 

Wife of Calvin Wheeler. Julia, died. She ws bom at Nauvoo, Illinois, August 13, 1844, of 
Robert Bidwell and Elizabeth Rose. After her marriage to Calvin Wheeler a number of children 
were bom to them before her death, namely: Joseph, Calvin, Robert and Levi. The father 
afterwards married Marian Hutchinson, daughter of David Hutchinson and Agnes Nish. She was 
bom October 6, 1856 in Iron County, Utah. After the marriage they located in North Ogden 



'Taken fi-om North Ogden Ward History, Book No. 979.228/Nl K2b 



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where a number of children were bom and finally moved to Franklin, Idaho. 

Calvin Wheeler, the husband was bom of Levi and Mary Ann in the State of Maine 
August 14, 1840, was baptized and confirmed in March, 1855 by Bishop Stoker and September 4, 
1 855 was received into the N. Ogden Ward jfrom Davis County, Utah. March 7, 1 865 was 
ordained an Elder. Lived many years in N. Ogden, but graduaUy transferred his interests into 
Idalio and January 27, J 890, Ms membership was transferred to Franklin, Idaho. 



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38 M iv. Levi WHEELER was bom 11 May 1 871 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 8 

Nov 1947 and was buried Nov 1947. He was bom in the covenant. Levi was baptized 

6 Aug 1899. He was endowoi 16 Apr 1925. 

Levi married Mary LOVISA BENNETT on 27 Oct 1891. 

Calvin also married (2) Marion HUTCHISON, daughter of David HUTCHISON and Agnes NISH, 
on 13 Jan 1873 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were sealed 1 875 in the Endowment House- 
Marion was bom 6 Oct 1 856 in CEDAR CITY, IRON, Utah. She died 1 1 Apr 1 942 in MORELAND, 
Bingham, Idaho and was buried 14 Apr 1942 in MORELAND, Bingham, Idaho. Marion was baptized 
1 866. She was endowoi 1 875. 

They had the following children: 

39 M v. David WHEELER was bom 14 Jan 1 875 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was 

sealed to his parents on 4 Dec 1895, David was baptized 15 Jul 1883. He was 

endowed 4 Dec 1895. 

David married Ida WEIERMANN on 4 Dec 1 895. Their sealing was submitted. 

40 M vi. Thomas HARDY WHEELER was bom 1 Dec 1 876 in North Ogden, Weber, 

Utah. He died 1 3 Apr 1 952 and was buried Apr 1 952. He was bom in the covenant. 

Thomas was baptized 1885. He was endowed 15 Nov 1899. 

Thomas married Bertha Amelia ESKELSON on 1 5 Nov 1899, Their sealing was 

submitted. 

41 F vii. Agnes WHEELER was bom 14 Dec 1877 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She died 

10 Jun 1 879 and was buried Jun 1 879. She was bom in the covenant. Because she 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

42 M viii. Beaiah WHEELER was bom 29 Nov 1 880 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was 

bom in the covenant. Beniah was baptized 1 8 Nov 1903. He was endowed 18 Nov 
1 903 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Beniah married Alice CUTLER on 1 905 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were 
sealed I Mar 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Alice was born 1 884 in of North 
Ogden, Weber, Utah. Alice was baptized 22 Feb 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. She was endowed 4 Apr 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

43 M ix. Joha Andrew WHEELER was bom 25 Sep 1 883 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

He died 3 1 Dec 1 941 and was buried Jan 1 942. He was bom in the covenant. John 
was baptized 25 Sep 1 891. He was endowed 30 Mar 1904 in the Logan Utah temple. 
John married Ida Elizabeth WHEATLEY on 25 Oct 1905. Their sealing was 
submitted. 

44 M X. Jacob Archie WHEELER was bom 24 Oct 1 885 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He 

died 1 950 and was buried 1950. He was bom in the covenant. Jacob was baptized 21 
Jul 1894. He was endowed 14 Nov 1906 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Jacob married Lillie NEFF. Their sealing was submitted. 

45 F xi. Mary Melissa WHEELER was bom 23 Feb 1 888 in COLLINSTON, Box Elder, 

Utah. She died 9 Mar 1 922 and was buried Mar 1 922. She was bora in the covenant. 

Mary was baptized 23 Feb 1896. She was endowed 26 Sep 1906. 

Mary married James Le Roy LOWE on 26 Sep 1906. Their sealing was submitted. 

46 M xii. James Ira WHEELER was bom 1 3 Mar 1 890 in MAPLETON, Oneida, Idaho. He 

died 10 Apr 1893 and was buried Apr 1893. He was bom in the covenant. Because 
he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

47 F xiii. Stella Aimira WHEELER was bom 8 Mar 1 892 in MAPLETON, Oneida, Idaho. 

She died 7 Feb 1920 and was buried Feb 1920. She was bom in the covenant. Her 



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baptism was submitted. Her endowment was submitted. 
Stella married Reno C CURTIS. Their sealing was submitted. 

48 M xiv. William Riley WHEELER was bom 6 Oct 1 894 in MAPLETON, Oneida, Idaho. 

He was bom in the covenant. His baptism was submitted. His endowment was 

submitted. 

William married Bertha FURNISS on 8 Sep 1 91 5. Their sealing was submitted. 

49 M XV. Austin Marion WHEELER was bom 21 Nov 1 896 in MAPLETON, Oneida, Idaho. 

He was bom in the covenant. Austin was baptized 21 Nov 1904. He was endowed 
28 Nov 1917. 

Austin married LURLEAN Elizabeth ENGLAND on 28 Nov 191 7. Their sealing 
was submitted. 

50 F xvi. Mabel WHEELER was bom 30 Apr 1 899 in MAPLETON, Oneida, Idaho. She was 

bom in the covenant. Mabel was baptized 30 Apr 1907. She was endowed 28 Nov 

1917. 

Mabel married William Herbert ENGLAND on 28 Nov 1917, Their sealing was 

submitted. 

Almira Jane WHEELER (Levi) was bom 15 May 1842 in Molunkus, Androscoggin, Maine. She 
died 3 Jun 1899 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah and was buried Jun 1899. She was sealed to her parents on 
26 May 1 933 in the Logan Utah temple. Almira was baptized 1 Apr 1 877. She was endowed 5 Sep 
1856 in the Endowment House.. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 20 

MARRIAGE: TIB 

DEATH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 20 

BURIAI.: 

BAI> TLSM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 20 

ENDOWMENT: TIB 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEAI.ED TO PARENTS: SEALING RECORD LOGAN TEMPLE GS #178102 #20580 

MARRIAGE #2: 

Almira married (1) Henry MOWER SR, son of Michael MOWER and Catherine GEISINGER, on 5 
Sep 1 856 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 5 Sep 1 856 in the Endowment House.. 
Henry was bom 18 Dec 1 798 in Fredrick, Fredrick, Maryland. He died 4 Apr 1 878 in Springville, 
Utah, Utah and was buried 7 Apr 1 878 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 1 
Mar 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Henry was baptized 1 Nov 1967. He was endowed 7 Jan 
1846. 

They had the following children: 

5 1 M i, Brighara MOWER was bom 25 Oct 1 857 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He died 25 

Oct 1857 in Springville, Utah, Utah and was buried Oct 1857. He was bom in the 
covenant. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

BIRTH: 
TWIN 

52 M ii. Heber MOWER was bom 25 Oct 1 857 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He died 25 Oct 



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fflSTORY OF HENRY MOWER 

Compiled by Ella M. Cragun, Granddaughter 

1945 

Henry Mower was born December 1 8, 1 795 at Frederick, Fred Comity, Maryland. He 
was the son of Michael and Catherine Geisinger Mower. He had one brother Jacob, and twin 
sisters names Susannah and Sarah. Sarah died when she was seven years old. 

When Henry was about two years old his father moved to Cliarfield, Pennsylvania where 
his childhood and boyhood days were spent. He received the best schooling possible at that time, 
which of course was quite limited, as he had to assist his father in making a living. 

Very early in life, he met a beautiful young lady, Mary Amick, whom he married when he 
was only seventeen. Ten cliiidren were bom, four sons and six daughters. Their names are: 
Katherine, Mahala, Leah, Henry, John, Susan, Mary, Ezra, George and Hannahette. 
Henry's father was a wagon maker. He employed. Later he worked in a grist miU. 

From early childhood he was religiously inclined and joined the Methodist Church. He 
studied for the ministry and became a Methodist preacher, but it seemed to him there was 
something lacking with this religion. He wanted something he didn't have. He then came in 
contact with the Campbeliites. He believed they were more nearly correct, so he resigned his 
position as a Methodist preacher, joined the Campbeliites and became a Campbeliites preacher. 

While he was laboring as a Campbeliites preacher a Mormon Elder by the name of William 
Bowsley came to see him and ask for permission to preach in his church. He told him he might 
use his church and he might also preach to his congregation. A large crowd greeted the Elders 
with much curiosity. They listened intently to the sermon and wondered wliat he would say at the 
close. Imagine their surprise when their Pastor arose and bore testimony to the truthfullness of 
what they had heard. Henry invited the Elders to his home and from them he and his dearly loved 
wife and family learned more of the beauties of this glorious new gospel just restored. An 
undying testimony of the truthiulness of it was given to him and he applied for baptism. 

He resigned his position as Campbeliites preacher. The day he was baptized many of his 
congregation walked twenty-one miles to see him baptized. They surely felt bad to think their 
minister had been so mislead. His family also joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day 
Saints. They were very desirous of being nearer to the main body of the church. So with all his 
family, excepting Mahala, they moved to within four miles of Springfield, Illinois. 

His home was always the home of the Elders and all he could do was cheerfully done to 
advance the work of the Lord. 

From Springfield he soon moved to Iowa just opposite Nauvoo. While living here he was 
called on a mission to the Eastern States. His companion was Nathan Porter, who when he came 
to Utah hved in DaysviUe. They were very dear friends and made wonderM missionaries. They 



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met with great success and Henry had the privilege of baptizing many into the Church. 

When he returned from his mission he moved his family to Council Blufis, Iowa. His 
beloved wife Mary had endured so many hardships of pioneer life, it seemed she could stand no 
more. She became very ill. All that loving hands could do was done for her but she rapidly grew 
worse and passed away at the age of forty-eight leaving her husband and ten children to mourn 
her loss. The youngest was six years. 

Henry missed his companion so much. She had been such a source of inspiration and 
comfort to him in aU the trying scenes they had passed through. They had been mobbed and 
persecuted so much for the gospel's name that nearly all their earthly possessions were gone. 

But our Heavenly Father didn't forsake him. He sent another beautiful young lady into his 
life, Lucretia Hupper from Port Clyde, Knox County, Maine. She had accepted Mormonism 
against the wishes of her parents and left her home a lone girl to cast her lot with the saints of 
God. She had endui'ed many persecutions with the saints and was longing for loved ones who 
could be dear to her. These two met. It was almost love at first sight. They needed each other, 
but there were many things to be considered by Lucretia. Henry was much older than she, having 
a daughter her own age, and all the family of children she would have to mother, and his poor 
financial condition. She had been working and was quite well fixed. What should she do? Her 
heart told her. She loved Henry and felt she couldn't live without him, so they were happily 
married on Februmy 5,1 847 and she became the step-mother for the loveliest group of step- 
children in the world. They called her mother from the first, and treated her with the greatest love 
and respect, not one of them ever caused her any trouble. They came into her life when she 
needed them most and she loved them as her ovm. At the time of her marriage her husband's 
earthly possessions consisted of a small log room, a bedstead, a chest, three three-legged stools, a 
rude table, and some bedding. Lucretia had plenty of clothing and cut much of it up to make into 
clothing for the children. 

They next moved to Kanesville, Ohio, where her first child was bom, a little girl whom 
they named Matilda, whom they have aU told us was one of the most beautifiil of children and 
who brought so much joy and sunshine into their humble home. But, she did not come to stay 
long, for on March of the next year, she was taken seriously ill and died March 12, 1849 just ten 
days before her first birthday. We can all imagine the sorrow of Lucretia. November 29th of the 
same year a baby boy was bom to them whom they named Creon Hyde and their home was thus 
made happy again. 

Henry was a trusting friend of the Prophet Joseph Smith and oh, how he loved him. 
Henry was given permission to use the font in the Nauvoo Temple for baptisms by the Prophet 
Joseph. He was away from home on a mission at the time of the martyrdom and although they 
knew nothing of the terrible tragedy at the time it occurred, a terrible feeling of gloom came over 
them which they could not explain. Then word came to them of the sad news. They were almost 
heartbroken to lose their Prophet and Patriarch. 



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He suffered all the hardships of the early saints, but was never heard to complain, but was 
happy to be numbered with the Saints of God. 

When the great march to the west began,he made preparations for the journey, leaving in 
June, 1851. They came in Abraham Day's company arriving in Utah September 1 1 , 1 85 1 . On the 
way over one of his horses died and he had to use his cows for the oxen. 

He first settled in Salt Lake City, but soon moved to Ogden. From here he went to 
Pleasant View where he lived until the time of the mob in 1858 when Johnston's Army came to 
kill ofif all the Mormons. They moved South to Springville, where they made their permanent 
home. 

While living in Ogden, a son was bom to them whom they named Oscar Middleton. Bom 
April 25, 1852, and on August 29, 1854 twin daughters were bom to them whom they named 
Lucretia and Eliza. Sorrow again came to their home May 18, 1 857 their daughter Lucretia died. 
Soon after they arrived in Springville their daughter Delilah Jane was bom on September 8, 1858. 

In 1 856 they accepted of the higher order of marriage and Elmira Jane Wheeler became 
his plural wife. Eight sons and one daughter was bom to them as follows: Brigham, Henry, Levi, 
Joseph, Michael, William, Heber, Eknira Ann, Hyrum and Andrew. 

After moving to Springville he became one of its principal men. He was one of the home 
guards during the Indian trouble. He also served as a city councilman for some time. For many 
years he was president of the High Priests in Pleasant View also in Springville. He was 
scmpulously honest and at his death no person was ever found who said he owed them a penny. 
He believed in living within his means. He w^as economical, industrious, generous and would 
gladly share his last morsel with anyone in need. He was an able teacher, both by example and 
precept of that gospel which was dearer to him than all else besides. 

He died April 4, 1878 surrounded by his beloved family at the age of 79 years. 

He was the father of twenty-five children, and in 1945 had ninety-four grandchildren and 
five hundred and sbcteen great great grandchildren and three hundred great great great 
grandchildren, making a total of 2,607 descendants, nearly all of whom are zealous workers in the 
church, besides the great number of converts he converted. His was a long and useftil, 
prosperous and happy life and but few can have said of him, what was tmly said at his fiineral, 
"He had thousands of friends and no enemies". 



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Lines written after his death by his wife Lucretia H. Mower 

He is gone, I do not mourn him. 

Life's fleeting dream is ov'r. 

He's gone to meet his loved ones 

Upon the other shore. 

His pilgrimage is ended. 

His earthly sorrows past. 

By angel hands attended 

He has gained his home at last. 

He long will be remembered 
By friends sincere and true 
For many a service rendered 
And words of kindness too. 
Though now we miss him sorely 
We'll meet him soon again 
When Christ shall come in glory 
With all the Saints to reign. 



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1 857 in Springville, Utah, Utah and was buried Oct 1 857. He was bom in the 
covenant. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessar>'. 

BIRTH: 
TWIN 

53 M iii. Henry Levi MOWER was bom 1 5 Mar 1 859 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He was 

bom in the covenant Henry was baptized 1 Nov 1 967. He was endowed 6 Mar 1869. 
Henry married Sarah Elizabeth SMITH. 

54 F iv. Elmlra Aaa MOWER was bom 11 Apr 1 861 in Springville, Utah, Utah. She died 

19 Apr 1926 and was buried Apr 1926. She was bom in the covenant. Elmira was 
baptized 27 May 1958. She was endowed 17 Jun 1958. 
Ehnira married Wiliiain BROWER. 

55 M v. Joseph SMITH MOWER was bom 16 Aug 1 864 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He 

died 3 May 1 909 and was buried May 1 909. He was bom in the covenant. Joseph 
was baptized 12 Sep 1872. He was endowed 1 Apr 1915. 

BIRTH: 

TWIN 

Joseph married CyatWa MOWER. 

56 M vi. Hyrum SMITH MOWER was bom 16 Aug 1 864 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He 

died 25 Oct 1867 and was buried Oct 1 867. He was bora in the covenant. Because he 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

BIRTH: 

TWIN 

57 M vii. MICHEAL Fraekliii MOWER was bom 28 Oct 1 865 in Springville, Utah, Utah. 

He was bom in the covenant. MICHEAL was baptized 1 Nov 1967. He was endowed 
21Decl893. 

MICHEAL married Louisa LUSINA LEWIS. 

58 M viii. Andrew MOWER was bom 3 1 Jul 1868 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He was bom in 

the covenant. Andrew was baptized 22 Jul 1877. He was endowed 16 Jun 1926. 

59 M ix. William MOWER was bom 10 Nov 1 870 in Springville, Utah, Utah. He was bora 

in the covenant. William was baptized 27 May 1958. He was endowed 9 Dec 1 958. 

BIRTH: 

DEATH: DIED YOUNG 

Almira also married (2) Isaac SMITH Jr, son of Isaac SMITH SR and Charlotte EAGLE, on 23 Apr 
1877. Their sealing should not be done. Isaac was bom 17 Aug 1833 in BURBAGE, WILTS, 
England. He died 6 Feb 1926 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah and was buried 9 Feb 1926 in Richmond, 
Cache, Utah. Isaac was baptized 26 Aug 1902. He was endowed 3 Jun 1908. 

They had the following children: 

60 M X. Isaac Le Roy SMITH was bom 27 Feb 1 878 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 23 

May 1965 and was buried May 1965. The sealing to his parents should not be done. 
Isaac was baptized 27 Feb 1886. He was endowed 18 May 1962. 
Isaac married Rose RICHARDSON on 22 Jan 1 902. 

61 M xi. James Alfred SMITH was bora 28 Mar 1 880 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. James was 



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baptized 28 Mar 1 888. He was endowed 27 Feb 1907 in the Logan Utah temple. 
BIRTH: 

N4ARRIAGE: 

DEATH: DISSAPPEARED NEAR AGE OF 80 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENT: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

James married (1) Esther FUNK. 

James also married (2) AMY WINIFRED WALKER. 

62 F xii. Amelia Melissa SMITH was bom 14 Oct 1 882 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She was 

bom in the covenant. Amelia was baptized 14 Oct 1890. She was endowed 3 1 Oct 

1900. 

Amelia married WALLACE CLINTON BURNHAM on 3 1 Oct 1 900. 

63 M xiii. Alma Francis SMITH was bom 21 Jan 1886 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 3 

Oct 1958 and was buried Oct 1958. He was bom in the covenant. Alma was baptized 

21 Jan 1894. He was endowed 2 Jun 1915. 

Alma married Melissa Ann BYBEE on 20 May 1908. 

5. George Walton WHEELER (Levi) was bom 30 Mar 1 844 in AROOSTOOK, AROOSTOOK, 
Maine. He died 23 Oct 1912 in PROVO, Utah, Utah and was buried 27 Oct 1912 in Lewiston, Cache, 
Utah. He was sealed to his parents on 26 May 1933 in the Logan Utah temple. George was baptized 
15 Sep 1854. He was endowed 6 Mar 1902 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: TIB 

MARRIAGE: IGI 1978 EDITION 

DEATH: CERTIFICAl-E STATE OF UTAH #318 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: TDB 

ENDOWMENT: TTB 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEALED TO PARENFS: SEALING RECORD LOGAN TEMPLE GS #178102 #20582 

OCCUPATION: FARMER AND BLACKSMITH 

George married Hannah HUMPHRIES, daughter of George HUMPHRIES and Harriet HARDING, 
on 6 Aug 1861 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. They were sealed 6 Mar 1902. Hannah was bom 28 Dec 
1 846 in NEARTHLEATH, GLOUCESTER, England. She died 28 Sep 1937 in Lewiston, Cache, 
Utah and was buried 1 Oct 1937 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She was sealed to her parents submitted 
26 Apr 1998. Hannah was baptized 16 Apr 1855. She was endowed 6 Mar 1902. 

BIRTH: 



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This is Six Generations of Wheelers 






THIS IS 6 GEHERATIONS OF WHEELERS 




.SIMON; WHEELER 
-■■i(1781-1853) 




George Walton 

Wheeler 
(1844-1912) 




George Edwin 

V/heeler 
(1863-1937):: 




LEVI 'WHEELER 
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Athel LaMonte 

Wheeler 
(1907-1996) 





Gary LaMonte 
Wheeler 
(1937- ) 



All of these men (WHEELER'S) were BLACKSMITHS, and BUILDERS, as well as 
fanners. GARY LAMONTE WHEELER, still has a number of tools that have been used in all 
of their Blacksmith trade. (1998) 



GEORGE (WALTON) WHEELER was named after (ELDER WALTON), he was 

the Elder that taught them the Gospel, they as a family joined the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-day-Saints in 1845. LEVI WHEELER AND MARY ANN (WILDER ARNOLD) 

George Walton's parents, moved to Nauvoo, Illinois that same years. They traveled with a very 
large group of settlers, some of them were relatives, including Levi's (mother, Sarah Stevens), 
and brothers (Simon, Jacob, Joseph, and a sister Martha), together with their families. 

GEORGE WALTON was the fourth child in a family of five. When he was six years 
old, his mother died with Tuberculosis (1850), leaving five children, 

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-. This IS to certify that this is a true cop> ot the certificate on fiie in this office This certifted copy is 
^ issued under authority pf Section 26-1 5-26 of the Utah Code Annotated, 1953 as Amended 



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SURNAME ALSO SPELLED "HUMPHRYS" 
George and Hannah had the following children: 

64 M i. George Edwin WHEELER was bom 1 8 Jan 1 863 in OGDEN VALLEY, Weber, 

Utah. He died 13 Dec 1937 and was buried Dec 1937. He was sealed to his parents 
on 1 6 Jun 1 954 in the Logan Utah temple. George was baptized 5 May 1 95 1 . He was 
endowed 13 Sep 1951. 
George married Ida Elizabeth WOOD on 5 Dec 1888. 

65 F ii. Mary Ann WHEELER was bom 26 Jan 1 866 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She 

died 13 Oct 1947 and was buried Oct 1947. She was sealed to her parents on 25 Apr 
1947 in the Logan Utah temple. Mary was baptized 24 Mar 1 885. She was endowed 
9 Dec 1897. 
Mary married Joseph Henry RANSOM on 30 Oct 1883. 

66 M ill. Simon WHEELER was bom 24 Apr 1 869 in OGDEN VALLEY, Weber, Utah. He 

died 27 Jan 1 929 and was buried Jan 1 929. He was sealed to his parents on 25 Apr 
1917 in the Logan Utah temple. Simon was baptized 12 May 1875. He was endowed 
26 Oct 1892. 
Sunon married Jane MILLS on 26 Oct 1 892. 

67 M iv. Richard WHEELER was bom 25 May 1 87 1 in OGDEN VALLEY, Weber, Utah. 

He died 1 Jun 1 874 and was buried Jun 1 874. He was sealed to his parents on 25 Apr 
191 7 in the Logan Utah temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment 
are not necessary. 

68 F V. Harriet WHEELER was bom 1 9 Jun 1 872 in OGDEN VALLEY, Weber, Utah. 

She died 26 Aug 1 942 and was buried Aug 1942. She was sealed to her parents on 
16 Jun 1954 in the Logan Utah temple. Harriet was baptized 20 Jul 1884. She was 
endowed 30 Aug 1949. 
Harriet married Joseph Sylvester HUTCHINSON on 8 Apr 1 89 1 . 

69 F vi. Louisa WHEELER was bom 1 6 Dec 1 874 in OGDEN VALLEY, Weber, Utah. 

She died 23 Dec 1944 and was buried Dec 1944. She was sealed to her parents on 25 
Apr 1917 in the Logan Utah temple. Louisa was baptized 20 Jul 1887. She was 
endowed 19 Oct 1892. 
Louisa married Frank Marion STEPHENSON on 19 Oct 1 892. 

70 M vii. William WHEELER was bom 1 6 Dec 1 877 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 24 

Sep 1 954 and was buried Sep 1954. He was sealed to his parents on 24 Apr 1 91 7 in 

the Logan Utah temple. William was baptized 1 8 Jun 1 892. He was endowed 1 5 May 

1901. 

William married Mary Eliza TALBOT on 21 Feb 1906. 

7 1 M viii. Arthur WHEELER was bom 2 1 Sep 1 880 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He was 

sealed to his parents on 25 Apr 1 91 7 in the Logan Utah temple. Arthur was baptized 

18 Jun 1892. Hewas endowed 24 Feb 1915. 

Arthur married Alice Ann STEPHENSON on 28 Jan 1 903. 

72 F ix. Hannah Isabella WHEELER was bom 25 Apr 1 882 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She 

died 25 Jul 1 882 and was buried Jul 1 882. She was sealed to her parents on 25 Apr 
1917 in the Logan Utah temple. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment 
are not necessary. 

73 M X. Walter WHEELER was bom 6 Dec 1 884 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 1 6 Jan 

1947 and was biuied Jan 1947. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1 954 in the 
Logan Utah temple. Walter was baptized 1 3 Jul 1 895. He was endowed 1 3 Sep 1 895. 



10 Jun 2001 Descendants of Levi WHnELER Pagp 19 



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Waiter married (1 ) Alice BLAIR on 8 Jan 1 908. 
Walter also married (2) KATHRINE ROBRTSON. 

74 M xi. James Stephen WHEELER was bom 24 May 1 887 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He 

died 27 May 1955 and was buried May 1955. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 
1954 in the Logan Utah temple. James was baptized 13 Jul 1895. He was endowed 
16 Jun 1954. 
James married Delia RIGBY on 21 Dec 1910. 

75 F xii. Dora Irene WHEELER was bom 28 Dec 1 891 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She was 

sealed to her parents on 25 Apr 1 91 7 in the Logan Utah temple. Dora was baptized 
31 Jul 1901. She was endowed 25 Apr 1917 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Dora married Elmer BOMAN on 13 Sep 1943. 

6. Melissa Aae WHEELER (Levi) was bom 19 Apr 1847 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 10 Feb 
1920 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho and was buried Feb 1 920 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. She was 
sealed to her parents on 26 May 1933 in the Logan Utah temple. Melissa was baptized Oct 1856. She 
was endowed 28 Mar 1924. 

Melissa married Silas SOMERS HIGBEE, son of John SOMERS HIGBEE and Sarah Ann 
VOORHFES, on 1 1 Aug 1 862 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. They were sealed 3 1 Jul 1 950 in the Logan 
Utah temple. Silas was bom 18 Aug 1840 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. He died 9 Dec 1909 in St 
Anthony, Fremont, Idaho and was buried Dec 1909. He was sealed to his parents submitted 27 Apr 
1998. Silas was baptized 28 Jun 1849. He was endowed 28 Mar 1 924. 

They had the following children: 

76 M i. Silas Levi HIGBEE was bom 1 4 Oct 1 863 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 

29 Oct 1863 and was buried Oct 1863. He was sealed to his parents on 31 Jul 1950 
in the Logan Utah temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are 
not necessary. 

77 M ii. John Henry HIGBEE was bom 1 8 May 1 865 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He 

died 20 Jun 1910 and was buried Jun 1 91 0. He was sealed to his parents on 3 1 Jul 
1950 in the Logan Utah temple. John was baptized about 1873. He was endowed 1 1 
Apr 1924. 
John married Margaret Ann CHERRY on 24 Dec 1 888. 

78 M iii. George HIGBEE was bom 1 1 May 1 867 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 3 

Feb 1867/1868 and was buried Feb 1867/1868. He was sealed to his parents on 31 
Jul 1950 in the Logan Utah temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

79 F iv. Sarah Amm HIGBEE was bom 14 Mar 1 869 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She was 

sealed to her parents on 1 3 Jan 1982 in the Provo Utah temple. Sarah was baptized 

29 May 1879. She was endowed 29 Oct 1891. 

Sarah married (1) Fredrick Thomas SMITH on 8 Jan 1886. 

Sarah also married (2) STEWART. 

80 F V. Elmira Jaae HIGBEE was bom 22 Feb 1 87 1 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She 

died 22 Mar 1 872 and was buried Mar 1 872. She was sealed to her parents on 3 1 Jul 
1950 in the Logan Utah temple. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment 
are not necessary. 

8 1 M vi. Lorin HIGBEE was born 1 8 May 1 872 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. He was 

sealed to his parents on 31 Jul 1950 in the Logan Utah temple, Lorin was baptized 
1880. He was endowed 25 Nov 1908. 



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Lorin married (1) FLAVILLA SMITH on 14 Oct 1893. 
Lorin also married (2) (MRS) HANNAH BYINGTON. 

BIRTH: 

SURNAME MAY ALSO BE SPELLED "BOYINGTON" 

82 F vii. Rhoda May HIGBEE was bora 22 Jul 1 874 in North Ogden, Weber, Utah. She 

died 2 Oct 1876 and was buried Oct 1876. She was sealed to her parents on 3 1 Jul 
1 950 in the Logan Utah temple. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment 
are not necessary. 

83 M viii. Calvin HIGBEE was born 2 Apr 1 876 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 7 Aug 

1894 and was buried Aug 1 894. He was sealed to his parents on 3 1 Jul 1950 in the 
Logan Utah temple. Calvin was baptized about 1884. He was endowed 28 Mar 1924, 

84 M ix. Joseph Albert HIGBEE was bom 28 Jul 1 878 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He died 9 

Dec 1949 and was buried Dec 1949. He was sealed to his parents on 14 Sep 1950 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Joseph was baptized 1 893. He was endowed 1 7 Dec 1 953. 
Joseph married Phoebe ALPHERA SWENSON on 18 Sep 191 8. 

85 M X. Fredrick Hyrum HIGBEE was bom 1 3 Oct 1 880 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He 

died 13 Sep 1949 and was buried Sep 1949. He was sealed to his parents on 31 Jul 
1 950 in the Logan Utah temple. Fredrick was baptized 29 Jul 1 950. He was endowed 
31 Jul 1950 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Fredrick married ( 1 ) LiUle JACKSON on 1 902. 
Fredrick also married (2) Myrtle BLACK. 
Fredrick also married (3) LELA Loretta KIRTLY. 

86 M xi. Samuel SOMERS HIGBEE was bom 1 5 Mar 1 883 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. He 

died 26 Apr 1 928 and was buried Apr 1 928. He was sealed to his parents on 3 1 Jul 
1950 in the Logan Utah temple. Samuel was baptized 18 Jan 1892. He was endowed 
20 Sep 1929. 

87 F xii. Amanda Melissa HIGBEE was bom 14 Apr 1 886 in WILFORD, Fremont, Idaho. 

She was sealed to her parents on 3 1 Jul 1 950 in the Logan Utah temple. Amanda was 

baptized 1 1 Aug 1 896, She was endowed 10 Feb 1936. 

Amanda married (1 ) Thomas ELLIOT. 

Amanda also married (2) WUiiam Newton TUTTLE on 8 May 1 936. 

8. Lorin WHEELER (Levi) was bom Mar 1856 in , Weber, Utah. He died 16 Dec 1900 in MELROSE, 
Silverbow, Montana and was buried Dec 1900. He was sealed to his parents on 17 Jun 1970 in the 
Logan Utah temple. Lorin was baptized 28 Nov 1 964. He was endowed 4 Dec 1 964 in the Mesa 
Arizona temple. 

Lorin married DILLA Delight BATES, daughter of LANSING BATES and Mary ROBINSON, on 
Apr 1 877 in , Cache, Utah. Their sealing was submitted. DILLA was bom Mar 1 858 in Concord, 
Jefferson, Wisconsin. She died 31 May 1936 in MILL VALLEY, MARIN, California and was buried 
May 1936 in MILL VALLEY, MARIN, California. Her sealing to parents was submitted. Her 
baptism was submitted. Her endowment was submitted. 

BIRTH: 

GIVEN NAME ALSO SPELLED "Dn-LY" 

THERE MjKY BE MORE CHILDREN 



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Lorin and DILLA had the following children: 

88 F i. Mary JANETTE WHEELER was bom 9 Mar 1 879 in , Cache, Utah. She died 3 

Mar 1938 and was buried Mar 1938. Her sealing to parents was submitted. Her 
baptism was submitted. Her endowment was submitted. 

Mary married John O MC COY on 16 Apr 1900 in Rochester, Madison, Montana. 
Their sealing was submitted. 

89 M ii. CLYDE WHEELER was bom 1 881 in , of Cache. Utah. He was sealed to his 

parents on 1 Mar 1 995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Because he died as a child, 
baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

90 F iii. Ethel WHEELER was bora 1 883 in of Melrose, Silverbow, Montana. She was 

sealed to her parents on 1 Mar 1995 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Because she 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

9 1 M iv. Bert WHEELER was bom 1 888 in MELROSE, Silverbow, Montana. He died 1 888 

and was buried 1 888. His sealing to parents was submitted. Because he died as a 
child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

92 F V. Alice WHEELER was bom 1 8 Feb 1 890 in MELROSE, Silverbow, Montana. She 

died 24 May 1 957 and was buried May 1957. Her sealing to parents was submitted. 
Her baptism was submitted. Her endowment was submitted. 
Alice married Harry James CURREN on 23 Jul 1922. 

93 M vi. Ralph WHEELER was bom Sep 1 895 in Rochester, Madison, Montana. He died 

Dec 1895 and was buried Dec 1 895. His sealing to parents was submitted. Because 
he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

10. Mary Ann Phebe WHEELER (Levi) was bom 25 Sep 1 866 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. She died 6 
Dec 1 94 1 in TWIN FALLS, TWIN FALLS, Idaho and was buried Dec 1 94 1 . She was bom in the 
covenant. Mary was baptized 1 9 Aug 1 876. She was endowed 5 Feb 1 886. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAI. BLESSING GS 392676 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: CERTH-ICATE STATE OF IDAHO #127258 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: I .EWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 16 12 MAY 1878 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PAREN I S: BIC 

Mary married William Joseph ORCHARD, son of Jacob ORCHARD and Susannah HARDING, on 
5 Feb 1 886 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 5 Feb 1 886 in the Logan Utah temple. 
William was born 16 May 1846 in BURLINGTON, WILTS, England. He died 5 Nov 1923 in Burley, 
Cassia, Idaho and was buried Nov 1923. He was sealed to his parents submitted 26 Apr 1998. 
William was baptized 24 Feb 1867. He was endowed 29 Sep 1876 in the Endowment House.. 

They had the following children: 

94 F i. Clara ALMEDA ORCHARD was bom 29 Mar 1 887 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. 

She died 5 Dec 1 888 and was buried Dec 1 888. She was bom in the covenant. 
Because she died as a child, baptism and endowmail are not necessary. 



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95 F ii. Maud Elva ORCHARD was bom 7 Jun 1 889 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She died 

1 1 Nov 1918 and was buried Nov 1918. She was bom in the covenant. Maud was 

baptized 7 Jun 1897. She was endowed 7 Aug 1924. 

Maud married (1) LANEY MOORE. The marriage ended in divorce. 

Maud also married (2) BOWERS. 

96 M iii. LOUIS Earl ORCHARD was bom 28 Feb 1 89 1 in S ALESVILLE, GALLATIN, 

Montana. He died 12 Jun 1961 and was buried Jun 1961 . He was bom in the 
covenant. LOUIS was baptized 28 Feb 1 891 . He was endowed 8 Oct 191 3. 
LOUIS married Iris PECK on 8 Oct 1913. 

97 F iv. Harriet Estella ORCHARD was bom 25 Apr 1 893 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She 

died 5 Oct 1914 and was buried Oct 1914. She was bom in the covenant. Harriet was 
baptized 25 Apr 1901 . She was endowed 7 Aug 1 924. 

98 F V. Lora Lenore ORCHARD was bom 1 8 May 1 895 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She 

died 23 Nov 1 944 and was buried Nov 1 944. She was bom in the covenant. Lora was 
baptized 1 8 May 1 903. She was endowed 1 5 Mar 1918. 
Lora married Charles BOWDEN on 29 Sep 1915. 

99 M vi. William Joseph WHEELER ORCHARD was bom 8 Sep 1 896 in Leviaston, Cache, 

Utah. He was bom in the covenant. William was baptized 8 Sep 1904. He was 

endowed 26 Jun 1928. 

William married LOLA Ana ALLEN on 5 Jan 1 9 1 6, 

1 00 F vii. ROXA Elmira ORCHARD was bom 5 Jan 1 899 in CISCO, Cache, Utah. She died 

13 May 1952 and was buried May 1952. She was bom in the covenant. ROXA was 

baptized 6 Jul 1907. She was endowed 1935, 

ROXA married (1 ) Leonard MITCHELL on 1 4 Oct 1 9 1 6. The marriage ended in 

divorce. 

ROXA also married (2) GRAHAM. 

1 1 F viii. Alice MUREEN ORCHARD was bom 24 Nov 1 90 1 in BRAMWELL, Canyon, 

Idaho. She died 4 Dec 1901 and was buried Dec 1901. She was bom in the covenant. 
Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 02 M ix. Harold RAVON ORCHARD was bom 28 Feb 1 903 in BRAMWELL, Canyon, 

Idaho. He was bom in the covenant. Harold was baptized 6 May 1 9 1 1 . He was 

endowed 29 Jun 1932. 

Harold married MARIAN Alice ENGEMAN on 29 Jun 1 932. 

1 03 F X. BRELIA ORELLA ORCHARD was bom 5 Apr 1 905 in BRAMWELL, Canyon, 

Idaho. She was bora in the covenant. BRELIA was baptized 1 Jun 1913. She was 

endowed 18 Jan 1935. 

BRELL\ married Cilfford K BOWDEN on 6 Sep 1922. 

1 04 M xi. ARVIE REVERE ORCHARD was bom 22 May 1 907 in Emmett, Canyon, Idaho. 

He was bom in the covenant. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are 
not necessary. 

105 F xii. NITA TAVOKA ORCHARD was bom 21 Mar 1910 in Emmett, Canyon, Idaho. 

She was bom in the covenant. NITA was baptized 6 Apr 1918. 
NITA married Hyrsjm VAN FLEET on 4 Sep 1933. 

1 1 . Josiab Stephen WHEELER (Levi) was bom 20 Nov 1868 in HUNTERVILLE, Weber, Utah. He 
died 13 Jul 1933 in Robin, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 15 Jul 1933 in Robin, Bannock, Idaho. He 
was bom in the covenant. Josiah was baptized 12 May 1 878. He was endowed 18 Jul 1934 in the 



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Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 53 

MARRJAGE: 

DEATH: CERTMCATE STATE OF IDAHO #85199 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 53 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO WifE: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Josiah married Hannah Jeanette HEIWERSON, daughter of Samuel HENDERSON and Helen 
MAR CUTLER, on 15 Aug 1888 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 18 Jul 1934 in the 
Logan Utah tem.ple. Hannah was bom 15 Apr 1871 in Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah. She died 3 Jul 
1 940 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 7 Jul 1 940 in Robin, Bannock, Idaho. She was 
sealed to her parents submitted 27 Apr 1 998. Hannah was baptized May 1 879. She was endowed 1 8 
Jul 1934 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

1 06 F i. Hazel E WHEELER was bom 6 Mar 1 890 in Clifton, Oneida, Idaho. She died 1 6 

Jan 1 933 and was buried Jan 1 933. She was sealed to her parents on 1 8 Jul 1 934 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Hazel was baptized 28 May 1 898. She was endowed 1 3 Nov 
1 907 in the Salt Lake temple. 
Hazel married ELI DAVIS BLANCHARD on 13 Nov 1907. 

107 F ii. Aileen WHEELER was bom 29 May 1 892 in Clifton, Oneida, Idaho. She was 

sealed to her parents on 1 8 Jul 1934 in the Logan Utah temple. Aileen was baptized 

29 May 1 900. She was endowed 21 Aug 1912. 

Aileen married Thomas ARVLE WOLVERTON on 2 1 Aug 1 9 1 2. 

1 08 F iii. Barbra A WHEELER was bom 6 Oct 1 896 in Clifton, Oneida, Idaho. She was 

sealed to her parents on 8 Aug. Barbra was baptized 8 Jul 1905. She was endowed 

16 Jun 1954 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Barbra married James William BURTON on 18 Mar 1919. 

109 F iv. Etna WHEELER was bom 4 Jan 1901 in Arimo, Oneida, Idaho. She was sealed to 

her parents on 23 Oct in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Etna was baptized 2 Jul 1909. 
She was endowed 6 Sep 1950 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

BIRTH: 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURLM-: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

DIVORCE: CIVn. 7 MAR 1950 EUGENE IjVNE OREGON 

MARRL\GE U2: 

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SEALED TO HUSBAND #2: 

Etna married ( 1 ) JORGEN JORGENSEN on 1 5 Sep 1 934. The marriage ended in 

divorce. 

Etna also married (2) Joseph Samuel BUCK on 17 Sep 1962 in LOGAN, Cache, 

Utah. They were sealed 17 Sep 1962 in the Logan Utah temple. 

110 M V. Leslie Lenderson WHEELER was bom 7 Jun 1 905 in Robin, Oneida, Idaho. Leslie 
was baptized 5 Jul 1913. 

BIRTH: 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

SEAI^D TO PARENTS: 

DIVORCE: 

MARRIAGE #2: 

DIVORCE #2: CIVn. 15 NOV 1929 MARTINEZ CONTRA COSTA CALIFORNIA 

MARRIAGE #3: 

MARRL\GE #4: 

Leslie married ( 1 ) Gladys LEAKER on 1 9 Mar 1 923. 

Leslie also married (2) Ruth BARNS on 26 Aug 1927. The marriage ended in 

divorce. 

Leslie also married (3) ELECTRA CALL. 

Leslie also married (4) Goldie HENSEN. 

12. Sarah Adelade WHEELER (Levi) was bom 25 Oct 1870 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. She died 10 Jul 
1931 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 14 Oct 1931 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. She 
was bom in the covenant Sarah was baptized 25 Oct 1878. She was endowed 30 Jun 1 932 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 23 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: CERTfflCATE STATE OF IDAHO #75791 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 23 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: 

Sarah married John SURRAY NELSON, son of John NELSOM and Rachel PETERSON, on 16 Dec 
1888 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 30 Jun 1939. John was bom 9 Jan 1866 in LOGAN, 



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Cache, Utah. He died 19 Apr 1926 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho and was buried 22 Apr 1926 in 
Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho. John was baptized 5 Feb 1 955. He was endowed 30 Jun 1 939. 

BERTH: 
MARRIAGE: 

ENDOWMENT: 7 APR 1955 AI.SO GIVEN 
SEALED TO WIFE: 13 FEB 1956 ALSO GIVEN 
John and Sarah had the following children: 

11 1 M i. John SURRAY NELSON was bom 30 May 1 890 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. He died 

7 Jun 1 890 and was buried Jun 1 890. He was sealed to his parents on 1 3 Feb 1 956. 
Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 1 2 M ii. LOA ADAIR NELSON was bom 23 Apr 1 89 1 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. He died 1 4 

Mar 1 947 and was buried Mar 1 947. He was scaled to his parents on 1 3 Feb 1 956. 
LOA was baptized 5 Feb 1955. He was endowed 2 Jun 1955. 
LOA married GENEVA May WORRELL on 2 Feb 1920. 

1 1 3 M iii. ZEHN Leo NELSON was bom 3 Nov 1 892 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. He died 1 4 

Dec 1950 and was buried Dec 1950. He was sealed to his parents on 13 Feb 1 956. 
ZEHN was baptized 5 Feb 1955, He was endowed 2 Jun 1955. 
ZEHN married THELMA PARSONS on 16 Dec 1 923. 

1 14 M iv, Keith Milton NELSON was bom 22 Jul 1 894 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. He died 1 3 

Jan 1918/1920 and was buried Jan 1918/1920. He was sealed to his parents on 13 
Feb 1 956. Keith was baptized 25 Jun 1932. He was endowed 29 Jun 1932. 

1 1 5 M V. WESLEY CETHEL NELSON was bom 1 1 Nov 1 895 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. He 

died 20 Jun 1911 and was buried Jun 1 9 1 1 . He was sealed to his parents on 1 3 Feb 
1956. WESLEY was baptized 25 Jun 1932. He was endowed 29 Jun 1932. 

1 1 6 F vi. Sarah Gertrude NELSON was bom 5 Mar 1 897 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. She died 

8 Nov 1 92 1 and was buried Nov 1 92 1 . She was sealed to her parents on 1 3 Feb 1 956. 
Sarah was baptized 28 Aug 1923. She was endowed 29 Aug 1923. 

Sarah married Robert HENDERSON STONE on 14 May 1916. 

1 1 7 M vii. Park Harold NELSON was bom 30 Jun 1 898 in Trenton, Cache, Utah. 

Park married Mary Elizabeth LOVELL on 3 Nov 1 926. 

1 3. Jacob Le Roy WHEELER (Levi) was bom 2 Nov 1 873 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. He died 6 Sep 
1941 in BASIN, Big Hom, Wyoming and was buried 9 Sep 1941 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. 
He was bom in the covenant. Jacob was baptized Jan 1 881 . He was endowed 26 Jan 1 898 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 53 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 53 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEALED TO WIFE: 

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SEALED TO PAJREMTS: 

Jacob married Olive BOYCE, daughter of Martin Calvin BOYCE and Louisa MARSHALL, on 26 
Jan 1 898 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 26 Jan 1 898 in the Logan Utah temple. Olive 
was born 18 Apr 1880 in Cottonwood, Bannock, Idaho. She died 28 Sep 1950 in LOVELL, Big Horn, 
Wyoming and was buried 2 Oct 1 950 in LOVELL, Big Horn, Wyoming. Olive was baptized 24 Feb 
1 888. She was endowed 26 Jan 1898 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

1 1 8 F i. ETTIE Lovina WHEELER was bom 23 Dec 1 898 in Cottonwood, Bannock, Idaho. 

She died 5 Sep 1962 and was buried Sep 1962. She was bom in the covenant. 
ETTIE was baptized 23 Dec 1906. She was endowed 21 Mar 1917. 
ETTIE married Joliii Elmer BRIMHALL on 21 Mar 1917. 

1 1 9 M ii. Keaaeth Le Roy WHEELER was bom 8 Feb 1 90 1 in Cottonwood, Bannock, Idalio. 

He died 19 Feb 1 901 and was buried Feb 1901. He was bom in the covenant. 
Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 20 M iii. William WHEELER was bom 23 Dec 1 903 in ANACONDA, Deer Lodge, 

Montana. He died 23 Dec 1903 and was buried Dec 1903. He was bom in the 
covenant. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 2 1 M iv. Alvio WHEELER was bom 1 8 May 1 905 in ANACONDA, Deer Lodge, Montana. 

He died 10 Jul 1910 and was buried Jul 1 910. He was bom in the covenant. Because 
he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 22 F v. Sarah WHEELER was bom 27 Mar 1 908 in ANACONDA, Deer Lodge, Montana. 

She died 27 Mar 1908 and was buried Mar 1908. She was bom in the covenant. 
Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessar>'. 

123 F vi. Phebe louise WHEELER was bom 1 1 Oct 1 91 2 in LOVELL, Big Horn, Wyoming. 

She was bom in the covenant. Phebe was baptized 5 Dec 1 920. She was endowed 20 

Jun 1946. 

Phebe married Elmer Le Roy ZELLER on 5 Oct 1932. 

124 M vii. Son WHEELER was bom 1 7 Jul 1914 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. He died 

17 Jul 1914 and was buried Jul 1914. He was bom in the covenant. Because he was 
stillborn, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 25 F viii. daughter WHEELER was bom 1 7 Jul 1 9 1 4 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. She 

died 1 7 Jul 1914 and was buried Jul 191 4. She was bom in the covenant. Because 
she was stillbom, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 26 M ix. Glenn WHEELER was bom 5 Feb 1 91 6 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. He died 

5 Feb 1916 and was buried Feb 1916. He was bom in the covenant. Because he died 
as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

127 F X. Olive June WHEELER was bom 15 Jun 1918 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. 

She was bom in the covenant. Olive was baptized 1 Aug 1926. She was endowed 21 

Nov 1962. 

Olive married James Henry HIXSON on 3 Aug 1 934. 

1 28 F xi. Jean Boyce WHEELER was bom 1 3 Jun 1 920 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. 

She was bom in the covenant. Jean was baptized 14 Oct 1928. She was endowed 4 

Apr 1940. 

Jean married ELWOOD MYRON PORTER on 4 Apr 1940. 

1 29 F xii. VERNA May WHEELER was bom 1 1 Oct 1 922 in LOVELL, Big Hom, Wyoming. 

She was bom in the covenant. VERNA was baptized 2 Nov 1930. She was endowed 



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VERNA married William Hamilton BUCHANAN on 18 Oct 1944. 

14. Lucinda ALMEDA WHEELER (Levi) was bom 14 Feb 1875 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. She died 7 
Jun 1948 in PROVIDENCE, Cache, Utah and was buried 10 Jun 1948 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. She 
was bom in the covenant. Lucinda was baptized 14 Feb 1 883. She was endowed 1 6 Jun 1 926 in the 
Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 36 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATO: CERTinCATE STATE OF UlAH #103 

BURIAI.: 

BAPTISM: I JiWLSTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 36 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEAI.ED TO HUSBA>ro: 

SEAU-D TO PARENTS: BIC 

Lucinda married Elijah ROBINSON, son of Samuel Gregory ROBINSON and Esther JOHNSON, 
on 30 Apr 1894 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. They were sealed 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Elijah was bom 24 Sep 1 870 in American Fork, Utah, Utah. He died 26 Jun 1 966 in LOGAN, Cache, 
Utah and was buried 29 Jun 1966 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. Elijah was baptized 8 Sep 1 882. He was 
endowed 16 Jun 1 926 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

1 30 F i. ELZIRA ROBINSON was bom 7 Dec 1 894 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. ELZIRA 

was baptized 6 Sep 1 903. 

ELZIRA married Edwin MYERS VALENTINE on 3 Jun 1 9 1 7. 

1 3 1 M ii. ELIJA ROBINSON Jr was bom 1 May 1 896 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. He died 1 

May 1 896 and was buried May 1896. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

1 32 M iii. Levi Ray ROBINSON was bom 1 6 Nov 1 897 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. He was 

sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. Levi was baptized 2 

Sep 1 906. He was endowed 1 7 Jun 1 91 9. 

Levi married Alta JOHNSON on 22 Aug 1928. 

133 F iv. Phebe ALMEDA ROBINSON was bom 1 1 Sep 1899 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. 

She was sealed to her parents on 1 6 Jun 1 926 in the Logan Utah temple. Phebe was 
baptized 5 Oct 1907. She was endowed 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. 
Phebe married Samuel WELCH on 26 Jan 1 960. 

1 34 M v. CLEMENT AMBROSE ROBINSON was bom 29 Aug 1 90 1 in Franklin, Oneida, 

Idaho. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. 
CLEMENT was baptized 2 Oct 1909. He was endowed 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 
CLEMENT married Delia May RICHARDS on 30 Mar 193 1 . 

135 M vi. Darrell E ROBINSON was bom 9 Oct 1 903 in Franklin, Oneida, Idaho. He died 24 

Jan 1904 and was buried Jan 1904. He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in 
the Logan Utah temple. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 



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necessary. 

1 36 F vii. Battle Leone ROBINSON was bom 25 Feb 1906 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. 

Hattie was baptized 1 Sep 1917. She was endowed 16 Oct 1926. 
Hattie married MARK HOLBROOK HATCH on 25 Jun 1924. 

1 37 M viii. LOY H ROBINSON was bom 29 Feb 1 908 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. He was 

sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. LOY was baptized 1 
Sep 1917. He was endowed 1 Aug 1939. 
LOY married Riith KREBBS on 1 Aug 1939. 

138 M ix. VemoB Errol ROBINSON was bom 25 Apr 1910 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. 

He was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. Vernon was 
baptized 25 Aug 1921. 

BIRTH: 
UNMARRIED 

1 39 F X. VENICE Ruth ROBINSON was bom 9 Sep 191 2 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. 

She was sealed to her parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. VENICE 
was baptized 6 Aug 1 92 1 . She was endowed 27 Mar 1 940. 
VENICE married ORVAL WUliams EWER on 20 Dec 1932. 

140 F xi. HILDA Virginia ROBINSON was bora 1 5 Sep 1 914 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. 

She was sealed to her parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. HILDA 
was baptized 25 Aug 1921. She was endowed 23 Nov 1937. 
HILDA married FLORANDA Raymond NIELSEN on 25 Nov 1937. 

1 41 M xii. Richard WHEELER ROBINSON was bom 4 Jun 1 9 1 7 in FELT, Teton, Idaho. He 

was sealed to his parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. Richard was 

baptized 29 Aug 1925. 

Richard married GERALDINE PETERS MC BRIDE on 20 May 1947. 

1 42 F xiii. VEDA ROBINSON was bora 5 Oct 1 91 9 in FELT, Teton, Idaho. She was sealed to 

her parents on 16 Jun 1926 in the Logan Utah temple. VEDA was baptized 20 Dec 
1927. She was endowed 18 Nov 1942. 

BIRTH: 
TWIN 
BIRTH: 
TWIN 

VEDA married (1) FORREST FAY JOHN on 22 Jul 1944. 

VEDA also married (2) Joseph C RINDERKNECHT on 18 Nov 1 942. 

15. Ida BELL WHEELER (Levi) was bom 6 Jun 1877 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She died 29 Apr 
1948 in Gridley, BUTTE, California and was buried 2 May 1948 in Gridley, BUTTE, Califomia. She 
was bom in the covenant. Ida was baptized 6 Jun 1885. She was endowed 12 Dec 1944 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 

BIRTH: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 15 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: CERTIFICATE STATE OF CALIFORNIA #48-027769 

BURIAL: 



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ENDOWMENT: 
SEALED TO HUSBAND: 
SEALED TO PARENTS: BIC 

Ida married Peter WINN DAVIS, son of Jefferson Montgomery DAVIS and Alice WEST 
WADDELL, on 22 May 1 895 in Robin, Bannock, Idaho. They were sealed 12 Dec 1944 in the Logan 
Utah temple. Peter was bom 13 Oct 1 876 in MARSH VALLEY, Oneida, Idaho. He died 26 Nov 1 948 
in Gridley, BUTTE, California and was buried Nov 1948 in Gridiey, BUTTE, California. He was 
sealed to his parents on 1 2 Dec 1 944 in the Logan Utah temple. Peter was baptized 4 Jun 1 890. He 
was endowed 12 Dec 1944 in the Logan Utah temple. 

BIRTH: 

I^VA HOT SPRINGS IN 1902 WAS CAIXED DEMPSY 
Peter and Ida had the following children: 

1 43 F i. CONNELI A Belle DAVIS was bom 3 1 May 1 896 in Robin, Bannock, Idaho. She 

died 15 Sep 1949 and was buried Sep 1949. She was sealed to her parents on 2 Oct 
1951 in the Logan Utah temple. CONNELIA was baptized 4 May 1907. She was 
endowed 2 Oct 1951. 
CONNELIA married James Raymond HILL on 28 Oct 1916. 

144 F ii. Tressa Afton DAVIS was bom 29 Jun 1898 in Robm, Bannock, Idaho. Tressa was 

baptized4 May 1907. 

Tressa married William Leonard HILL on 15 Jul 1916. 

1 45 M iii. WINN WHEELER DAVIS was bom 2 1 Apr 1 900 in LAVA HOT SPRINGS, 

Bannock, Idaho. He died I Dec 1916 and was buried Dec 1916. He was sealed to his 
parents on 3 Jul. WINN was baptized 6 Jul 1912. He was endowed 25 Apr 1923. 

1 46 M iv. Jefferson Eugene DAVIS was bom 23 Dec 1 902 in LAVA HOT SPRINGS, 

Bannock, Idaho. He was sealed to his parents on 3 Jul. Jefferson was baptized 6 Jul 

1912. He was endowed 25 Apr 1 923. 

Jefferson married BESSIE EGBERT on 25 Apr 1923. 

1 47 M V. LELAND Hugh DAVIS was bom 6 Dec 1 904 in MARSH VALLEY, Bannock, 

Idaho. LELAND was baptized 6 Jull 9 1 2. 

LELAND married Virginia May HILL on 22 Jan 1 934. 

148 F vi. Elva Juanita DAVIS was bom 23 Feb 1906 in Maiysville, Fremont, Idaho. Elva 

was baptized 3 Jul 1914. 

Elva married Thomas Newton RENEAU on 8 Aug 1925. 

149 M vii. Verl V DAVIS was bom 4 Apr 1 908 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. He was sealed 

to his parents on 30 Jun in the Logan Utah temple. Verl was baptized 7 Oct 1917. He 

was endowed 1 1 Oct 1 949 in the Salt Lake temple. 

Verl married DAZEL Margaret MC GAVIN on 8 Nov 1 930. 

1 50 F viii. Mildred DAVIS was bom 2 Feb 1 9 1 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. She died 24 

May 1 920 and was buried May 1 920. She was sealed to her parents on 2 Oct in the 
Logan Utah temple. Mildred was baptized 4 Apr 1923. She was endowed 25 Apr 
1923 in the Logan Utali temple. 

1 5 1 M ix. Ned DAVIS was bom 1 2 May 1 9 1 2 in Marysville, Fremont Idaho. He was sealed to 

his parents on 2 Oct in the Logan Utah temple. Ned was baptized 5 Jun 1 920. He 
was endowed 2 Oct 1 940. 

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Ned married Charlotte May BURBANK on 1 8 Nov 1932. 

1 52 M X. Neal DAVIS was bom 1 2 May 1 9 1 2 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. Neal was 
baptized 5 Jun 1 920. 
Neal married Wanda TIPTON on 8 Sep 1946. 

1 5 3 F xi. Melba June DAVIS was bom 20 Jull 9 1 4 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. Melba 
was baptized 5 Aug 1922. She was endowed 12 Nov 1960. 
Melba married Lawrence BURDETT CAMPBELL on 8 Feb 1 940. 

1 6. Sylvia SURVINA WHEELER (Levi) was bom 2 1 Oct 1 879 in Lewiston, Cache, Utah. She died 1 
Aug 1954 in WHITTIER, , Califomia and was buried 5 Aug 1954 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. She was 
bora in the covenant. Sylvia was baptized 30 Oct 1887. She was endowed 26 Jan 1901 in the Logan 
Utah temple. 

BIRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING GS #392693 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: CERTfflCATE STATE OF CALIFORNIA #54-069828 

BURIAL: 

BAPTISM: LEWISTON UTAH WARD RECORD GS #025596 PAGE 26 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEAi.ED TO HUSBAND: 

SEALED TO PARENTS: BIG 

Sylvia married William Williams HENDERSON, son of James HENDERSON and Mary WATKIN 
WILLIAMS, on 26 Jun 1901 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. They were sealed 26 Jun 1901 in the Logan 
Utah temple. William was bom 23 May 1879 in Clarkston, Cache, Utah. He died 31 Oct 1944 in 
LOGAN, Cache, Utah and was buried 3 Nov 1944 in LOGAN, Cache, Utali. He was sealed to his 
parents submitted 24 Apr 1 998. William was baptized May 1 887. He was endowed 26 Jun 1 90 1 in 
the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

1 54 F i. Sylvia Wanda HENDERSON was bom 30 Apr 1 902 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. She 

died 30 May 1 965 and was buried Jun 1965. She was bom in the covenant. Sylvia 

was baptized 12 Jul 1910. 

Sylvia married James Edgar CRAIG. 

1 55 F ii. LOIS WHEELER HENDERSON was bom 3 Jan 1 904 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. 

She was bom in the covenant. LOIS was baptized 5 Apr 1912. She was endowed 25 

Jun 1924. 

LOIS married Glen Newton CRANDALL on 25 Jun 1924. 

1 56 F iii, Mary HENDERSON was bom 1 3 Sep 1 905 m LOGAN, Cache, Utah. She was 

bom in the covenant. Mary was baptized 1913. 
Mary married FLOYD SMITH GARDNER. 

1 57 F iv. Phebe WHEELER HENDERSON was bom 28 Jul 1 907 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. 

She was bora in the covenant. Phebe was baptized 31 Jul 1915. 
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1 58 F V. Willa HENDERSON was bom 23 May 1 909 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. She was 

bom in the covenant. Willa was baptized 2 Nov 1917. 
Willa married Glen Ray SPARKS on 1 1 Jul 1928. 

1 59 M vi. Weber WHEELER HENDERSON was bom 4 Apr 1 9 11 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. 

He was bom in the covenant. Weber was baptized 10 Jun 1919. 
Weber married ZELMA. The marriage ended in divorce. 

1 60 F vii. Afton HOPE HENDERSON was bom 28 Nov 1 9 1 3 in OGDEN, Weber, Utah. She 

was bom in the covenant. Afton was baptized 29 Nov 1 921 . 

161 F viii. Rebecca WHEELER HENDERSON was born 5 Mar 1916 in Arimo, Bannock, 

Idaho. She was bom in the covenant. Rebecca was baptized 1 1 Mar 1924. 
Rebecca married Donald B CHATTERTON. 

1 62 M ix. Winston Hugo HENDERSON was bora 3 Jun 1 91 8 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah. He 

was born in the covenant. Winston was baptized 1926. 
Winston married BONNIE CORNWALL on 28 Feb 1940. 

1 7. Bertha FATINA CLANTHA WHEELER (Levi) was bom 2 Oct 1 882 in Lcwiston, Cache, Utah. 
She died 29 Mar 1 962 in MC LEAN, FAIRFAX, Virginia and was buried 3 1 Mar 1 962 in 
ARLINGTON, ARLINGTON, Virginia. She was bom in the covenant. Bertha was baptized 8 Mar 
1 893. She was endowed 17 Aug 1910 in the Salt Lake temple. 

BFRTH: PATRIARCHAL BLESSING OS #392693 

MARRIAGE: 

DEATH: CERTIblCATE STATE OF VIRGINIA #8277 

BURIAI.: 

BAPTISM: 

ENDOWMENT: 

SEAI.ED TO HUSBAND: 

SEAI.ED 10 PARENTS: BIG 

Bertha married James Edgar MC GAVIN, son of James DUNN MC GAVIN and Margaret 
ALVIRA LOCKHEART, on 17 Aug 1910 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah. They were sealed 17 Aug 
1910 in the Salt Lake temple. James was born 3 Aug 1871 in Oxford, Oneida, Idaho. He died 22 Apr 
1950 in LOGAN, Cache, Utah and was buried 25 Apr 1 950 in ASHTON, Fremont, Idaho. James was 
baptized 1881. He was endowed 19 Nov 1902. 

They had the following children: 

163 F i. Enid Aileen MC GAVIN was bom 6 Jun 1 91 1 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. She 

died 27 Nov 1915 and was buried Nov 1915. She was bom in the covenant. Because 
she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 64 M ii. Edgar Blake MC GAVIN was bom 27 Jun 1 9 1 3 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. He 

was bom in the covenant. Edgar was baptized 4 Jul 1921 . 

1 65 F iii. Bess MC GAVIN was bom 6 Nov 1 9 1 6 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. She was 

bom in the covenant. Bess was baptized 25 May 1925. 

BERTH: 
MARRIAGE: 

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MARRIAGE #2: 
DIVORCE #2: 
MARRIAGE U3: 
DIVORCE #3: 

Bess married (1) Robert KIEL ROSE on 1 8 Sep 1937. The marriage ended in 

divorce. 

Bess also married (2) Martin DUNLAP, The marriage ended in divorce. 

Bess also married (3) Robert ROOP. 

166 F iv. Edna MC GAVIN was bom 20 Mar 1920 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. She was 

bom in the covenant. Edna was baptized 5 May 1 928. She was endowed 1 9 Jun 1 946. 
Edna married Ira IBEN SOMERS on 19 Jun 1946. 

1 67 M V. Lowell DON MC GAVIN was bom 1 3 Aug 1 92 1 in Marysville, Fremont, Idaho. He 

died 8 Jun 1922 and was buried Jun 1922. He was bom in the covenant. Because he 
died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



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Na me 

, ZELMA 

ALLEN, LOLA Ann 

ARNOLD, Mary Ann W(b. 1 822) . . 
ATKINSON, Mary Matilda(b.l870) 

BARKER, Margaret Emma 

BARNS, Ruth 

BATES, DILLA Delight(b. 1 858) . . 

BENNETT, Mary LOVISA 

BIDWELL, Julia Elizabeth(b. 1 844) . 

BLACK, Myrtle 

BLACKSMITH, Charles E 

BLAIR, Alice 

BLANCHARD. ELI DAVIS 

BOMAN, Elmer 

BO WDEN, Charles 

BOWDEN, Clifford K 

BOWERS, 

BOYCE,Olive(b.l880) 

BRIGHT, Adah(b. 1881) 

BRIGHT, Cordelia Etta(b. 1877) . . . 

BRIMHALL, John Elmer 

BROWER, William 

BUCHANAN, William Hamilton . 

BUCK, Joseph Samuel 

BURBANK, Charlotte May 

BURNHAM, WALLACE CLINTON 

BURTON, James William 

BYBEE, Melissa Ann 

BYINGTON, (MRS) HANNAH . . . 

CALL, ELECTRA 

CAMERON, Jean May(b. 1888) ... 
CAMPBELL, Lawrence BURDETT 

CHATTERTON, Donald B 

CHERRY, Margaret Ann 

COLTON,George(b.l883) 

CORNWALL, BONNIE 

CORNWALL, John Isaac(b. 1 874) . 

CRAIG, James Edgar 

CRANDALL, Glen Newton .... 

CURREN, Harry James 

CURTIS, Reno C 

CUTLER, Alice(b.l 884) 

DAVIS, CONNELIA Belle(b.l896) 
DAVIS, El va Juanita(b. 1 906) . . . 
DAVIS, Jefferson Eugene(b. 1 902) 
DAVIS, LELAND Hugh(b. 1 904) . 
DAVIS,MelbaJunc(b.l9l4) .... 
DAVIS, Mildred(b. 1910) 

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159S 32 DAVIS,Neal(b.l912) 152 31 

99S 23 DAVIS, Ned(b. 1912) 151 30 

IS 1 DAVIS, Peter WINN(b. 1876) 15S 30 

27S 10 DAVIS, TressaAfton(b.l 898) .. . 144 30 

36S 14 DAVIS, VeriV(b. 1908) 149 30 

II OS 25 DAVIS, WINN WHEELER(b. 1900) 145 30 

8S 21 DUNLAP, Martin 165S 33 

38S 15 DURNEY,Ila(b.l928) 25S 9 

3S 14 EGBERT, BESSIE 146S 30 

85S 21 ELLIOT, Thomas 87S 21 

26S 9 ENGEMAN, MARIAN Alice ... 102S 23 

73S 20 ENGLAND, LURLEAN Elizabeth . 49S 16 

106S 24 ENGLAND, William Herbert 50S 16 

75S 20 ESKELSON, Bertha Amelia 40S 15 

98S 23 EWER, ORVAL Williams 139S 29 

103S 23 FUNK, Esther 61S 18 

95S 23 FURNISS, Bertha 48S 16 

13S 27 GARDINER, Emma Elizabeth 37S 14 

25S 8 GARDNER, FLOYD SMITH ... I56S 31 

30S 12 GARDNER, LeveniaJane(b. 1875) . 21S 6 

1 1 8S 27 GARDNER, Mary Ann(b. 1 866) . . . 1 9S 5 

54S 17 GRAHAM, lOOS 23 

129S 28 HATCH, MARK HOLBROOK .. 136S 29 

109S 25 HENDERSON, AftonH(b,191 3) . 160 32 

151S 31 HENDERSON, Hannah J(b. 1871) . US 24 

62S 18 HENDERSON, LOIS W(b. 1904) . 155 31 

108S 24 HENDERSON, Mary (b. 1905) ... 156 31 

63S 18 HENDERSON, PhebeW(b. 1907) . 157 31 

81 S 21 HENDERSON, Rebecca W(b.l 91 6) 161 32 

llOS 25 HENDERSON, Sylvia W(b. 1902) . 154 31 

31S 12 HENDERSON, Weber W(b.l9M) 159 32 

I53S 31 HENDERSON, Willa(b.l 909) .. . 158 32 

161S 32 HENDERSON, William W(b. 1879) 16S 31 

77S 20 HENDERSON, Winston H(b.l91 8) 162 32 

34S 14 HENSEN, Goldie IIOS 25 

162S 32 HIGBEE, Amanda Mclissa(b. 1886) .87 21 

23S 7 HIGBEE, Calvin(b. 1876) 83 21 

154S 31 HIGBEE, ElmiraJane(b.l 871) ... . 80 20 

155S 31 HIGBEE, Fredrick Hynim(b. 1880) . 85 21 

92S 22 HIGBEE, George(b. 1867) 78 20 

47S 16 HIGBEE, John Henry(b.l 865) ... . 77 20 

42S 15 HIGBEE, Joseph Albert(b. 1878) ..84 21 

143 30 HIGBEE, Lorin(b. 1872) 81 20 

148 30 HIGBEE, RhodaMay(b.l 874) ... . 82 21 

146 30 HIGBEE, Samuel SOMERS(b. 1883) 86 21 

147 30 HIGBEE, Sarah Ann(b. 1869) .... 79 20 

153 31 HIGBEE, Silas Levi(b.l863) 76 20 

150 30 HIGBEE, Silas SOMERS(b. 1840) . 6S 20 

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HILL, David 22S 7 

HILL, James Raymond I43S 30 

HILL, Virginia May 147S 30 

HILL, William Leonard 144S 30 

HIXSON, James Henry 127S 27 

HUMPHRIES, Hannah(bJ 846) ... 5S 18 

HUTCHINSON, Joseph Sylvester . . 68S 19 

HUTCHISON, Marion(b. 1856) ... 3S 15 

JACKSON, Lillie 85S 21 

JOHN, FORREST FAY 142S 29 

JOHNSON, Alta 132S 28 

JORGENSEN, JORGEN 109S 25 

KIRTLY, LELA Loretta 85S 21 

KREBBS, Ruth 137S 29 

LAVENDER, Ellen(b, 1846) 2S 4 

LAVENDER, Sarah Jane(b.l 852) . . 2S 9 

LEAKER, Gladys 1 lOS 25 

LEWIS, Louisa LUSINA 578 17 

LOVE,EVERDARILLA 35S 14 

LOVELL, Mary Elizabeth 1 1 7S 26 

LOWE, James Le Roy 45S 15 

MC ALPINE, Margaret(b.l 794) .. . IS 3 

MC BRIDE, GERALDINE PETERS 141 S 29 

MC COY, John O 88S 22 

MC GAVIN, Bess(b.l916) 165 32 

MC GAVIN, DAZEL Margaret .. 149S 30 

MC GAVIN, Edgar Blake(b. 1913) 1 64 32 

MC GAVIN, Edna(b. 1920) 166 33 

MC GAVIN, Enid Aileen(b.l9Il) . 163 32 

MC GAVIN, James Edgar(b. 1 871) . 17S 32 

MC GAVIN, Lowell DON(b J 921) 167 33 

MILLS,Jane 66S 19 

MITCHELL, Leonard lOOS 23 

MOORE, LANEY 95S 23 

MOSS, Eva Violet(b. 1887) 33S 13 

MOSS, Ida Isabelle(b. 1889) 29S 11 

MOWER, Andrew(b. 1868) 58 17 

MOWER, Brigham(b. 1857) 51 16 

MOWER, Cynthia 55S 17 

MOWER, ElmiraAnn(b.l861) ... 54 17 

MOWER, Heber(b.i857) 52 16 

MOWER, Henry SR(b. 1798) 4S 16 

MOWER, Henry Levi(b. 1859) 53 17 

MOWER, HyrumSMITH(b. 1864) .56 17 

MOWER, Joseph SMITH(b.l 864) . 55 17 

MOWER, MICHEALF(b. 1865) ..57 17 

MOWER, William(b. 1870) 59 17 

NEFF, Lillie 44S 15 

NELSON, John SURRAY(b. 1866) . 12S 25 

NELSON, John SURRAY(b. 1 890) 111 26 

NELSON, Keith Milton(b. 1894) . 114 26 



Name ID^ 

NELSON, LOAADAIR(b.l 891) . 112 
NELSON, Park HaroId(b.l 898) . . 117 
NELSON, Sarah Gertrude(b. 1897) 116 
NELSON, WESLEY C(b. 1895) .. 115 
NELSON, ZEHNLco(b.l 892) ... 113 
NIELSEN, FLORANDA Raymond 1 40S 

NISH,Margaret(b.l874) 28S 

OLNEY, Alvin 34S 

ORCHARD, Alice M(b. 1901) ... 101 
ORCHARD, ARVIE R(b. 1 907) . . 104 
ORCHARD, BRELIAO(b.l905) . 103 

ORCHARD, Clara A(b. 1 887) 94 

ORCHARD, Harold R(b. 1 903) . . 1 02 
ORCHARD, Harriet Estella(b. 1 893) 97 
ORCHARD, LoraLenore(b. 1895) . 98 
ORCHARD, LOUIS Earl(b.l891) . . 96 
ORCHARD, Maud Elva(b.l 889) .. 95 
ORCHARD, NITA T(b. 1910) ... 105 
ORCHARD, ROXA Elmira(b. 1 899) 100 
ORCHARD, William Joseph(b.l846) lOS 
ORCHARD, William J W(b. 1896) . 99 

PARSONS, THELMA 1138 

PECK, Iris 96S 

PEED, Robert Newton(b. 1872) ... 26S 
PERRY, PhebeROXY(b. 1848) ... 18 
PORTER, ELWOOD MYRON .. 1288 
RANSOM, Joseph Henry ....... 658 

RENEAU, Thomas Newton .... 148S 

RICHARDS, Delia May 1348 

RICHARDSON, Rose . 608 

RIGBY, Delia 74S 

RINDERKNECHT, Joseph C ... I42S 
ROBINSON, CLEMENT A(b. 1 90 1 ) 134 
ROBINSON, Darrell E(b. 1 903) . . 135 
ROBINSON, ELI J A Jr(b. 1 896) . . 131 

ROBINSON, EHjah(b. 1870) 148 

ROBINSON, ELZIRA(b. 1 894) . . 130 
ROBINSON, Hattie Leone(b, 1 906) 1 36 
ROBINSON, HILDA V(b. 1914) . 140 
ROBINSON, Levi Ray(b. 1897) . . 132 
ROBINSON, LOYH(b.l908) ... 137 
ROBINSON, Phebe A(b. 1 899) . . 133 
ROBINSON, Richard W(b. 191 7) . 141 
ROBINSON, VEDA(b.l919) ... 142 
ROBINSON, VENICE R(b.1912) . 139 
ROBINSON, Vernon Errol(b.l910) 138 

ROBRTSON, KATHRINE 73S 

ROOP, Robert 1658 

ROSE, Robert KIEL 1658 

ROWE, William L 188 

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SMITH, Alma Francis(b. 1886) ... 63 
SMITH, Amelia Melissa(b. 1882) .. 62 

SMITH, FLA VILLA 81S 

SMITH, Fredrick Thomas 79S 

SMITH, Isaac Jr(b. 1833) 4S 

SMITH, Isaac LeRoy(b. 1878) 60 

SMITH, James Alfred(b. 1880) 61 

SMITH, Marcus Henry 157S 

SMITH, Sarah Elizabeth 53S 

SOMERS, Ira IBEN 166S 

SPARKS, Glen Ray 158S 

STEPHENSON, Alice Ann 71 S 

STEPHENSON, Clara D(b. 1880) .. 32S 
STEPHENSON, Frank Marion ... 69S 

STEWART, 79S 

STEWART, 116S 

SWENSON, Phoebe ALPHERA .. 84S 

TALBOT, Mary Eliza 70S 

TIPTON, Wanda 152S 

TUTTLE, William Newton 87S 

VALENTINE, Edwin MYERS ... 130S 

VAN FLEET, Hyrum 105S 

WALKER, AMY WINIFRED 6IS 

WEIERMANN, Ida 39S 

WELCH, Samuel 133S 

WHEATLEY, Ida Elizabeth 43S 

WHEELER, Agnes(b. 1877) 41 

WHEELER, Aileen(b. 1892) 107 

WHEELER, Alice(b. 1890) 92 

WHEELER, AImiraJane(b. 1842) .. 4 

WHEELER, Alvin(b. 1 905) 121 

WHEELER, Arthur(b. 1880) 71 

WHEELER, Austin Marion(b. 1 896) 49 

WHEELER, Barbra A(b. 1 896) . . 108 

WHEELER, Beniah(b. 1880) 42 

WHEELER, Bert(b. 1888) 91 

WHEELER, Bertha F C(b.l882) . . 17 

WHEELER, Calvin(b. 1840) 3 

WHEELER, Calvin(b. 1865) 36 

WHEELER, Charles Burt(b. 1883) . 25 
WHEELER, CLYDE(b. 1881) .... 89 
WHEELER, daughter(b.l 914) ... 125 

WHEELER, David(b. 1875) 39 

WHEELER, Dora Irene(b.l 891) .. . 75 
WHEELER, Ellen Josephine(b. 1 866) 1 8 
WHEELER, Emma Flora(b.l 875) . . 22 

WHEELER, Ethel(b. 1883) 90 

WHEELER, Etna(b. 1901) 109 



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WHEELER, Ezra Lorenzo(b. 1 872) . 
WHEELER, Fred ARNOLD(b.l 879) 
WHEELER, George Edwin(b.l863) 
WHEELER, George LincoIn(b.l 870) 
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WHEELER, Jesse Jacob(b. 1885) . . 
WHEELER, John Albert(b. 1869) .. 
WHEELER, John Andrew(b. 1 883) . 

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WHEELER, Mabel(b. 1899) 

WHEELER, Martha Ann(b. 1878) . . 
WHEELER, Mary Alicc(b. 1881) . . 
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WHEELER, MiioAiicirew(b. 1 877) .30 11 

WHEELER, Olive Juiie(b.l918) . . 127 27 

WHEELER, Oscar Lee(bJ875) ... 29 U 

WHEELER. PhebeIouise(b.l912) 123 27 

WHEELER, Ralph(b. 1895) 93 22 

WHEELER, Richard(b. 1871) 67 19 

WHEELER, Robert(b. 1869) 37 14 

WHEELER, Sarah(b. 1908) 122 27 

WHEELER, Sarah Adelade(b. 1870) 12 3 

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WHEELER, Simon(b. 1869) 66 19 

WHEELER, Simon(b J 847) 7 2 

WHEELER, Son(b.l914) 124 27 

WHEELER, Stella A!mira(b. 1892) .47 15 

WHEELER, Sylvia S(b. 1879) 16 4 

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WHEELER, Thomas H(b.l 876) .. . 40 15 

WHEELER, VERNAMay(b.l922) 129 27 

WHEELER, Walter(b. 1884) 73 19 

WHEELER, WilliamCb. 1877) 70 19 

WHEELER, WJlliam(b. 1903) ... 120 27 

WHEELER, William Riley(b. 1894) .48 16 

WHEELER, ZeraLeroy(b. 1872) ..28 10 

WHITTLE, Thomas A(bJ865) ... 24S 8 

WOLVERTON, Thomas ARVLE . 107S 24 

WOOD, Ida Elizabeth . . ... 64S 19 

WORRELL, GENEVA May 112S 26 

ZELLER, Elmer Le Roy 123S 27 



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First Generation 

1. Rebecca WHEELER was bom 1816 in Greene, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 7 Jan 1886 in 
Swanton, Fulton, Ohio and was buried in Swan Creek Township, Fulton, Ohio. 

Rebecca married Ephraim Putnam SMITH, son of Smith JOHN and Rachel WALTON, on 1843 in , 
Penobscot, Maine. Ephraim was bom 4 Feb 1819 in Hatley, , Canada. He died 22 Oct 1879 in 
Swanton, Fulton, Ohio and was buried in Swan Creek Township, Fulton, Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

+ 2 M i. Ephraim M SMITH was bom 1 Sep 1 845 and died 1 3 Mar 1 897. 

+ 3 F ii. Rebecca Frances SMITH was bom 9 Dec 1 847 and died 5 Mar 1 92 1 . 

+ 4 M iii. Levi Wheeler SMITH was bom 24 Jan 1 849 and died 24 Oct 1 920. 

5 F iv. Mary Zeva SMITH was bora 14 Jan 1853 in , Penobscot, Maine. She died 30 Mar 
1917 in Cleveland, , Ohio and was buried in North Solon, , Ohio. 
Mary married Frederick F CURTIS on 31 Aug 1883 in Swanton, , Ohio. Frederick 
was bom 8 May 1 838 in Carlton, , New York. He died 8 Jun 1929 in Carlton, , New 
York and was buried in Mt Hope Cemetery, North Solon, , Ohio. 

6M V. FrankSMITH was bora about 1855. 



Second Generation 

2. Ephraim M SMITH (Rebecca) was bom 1 Sep 1 845 in , Penobscot, Maine. He died 1 3 Mar 1 897 in , 
North Solon, Ohio. 

Ephraim married Katherine BICKEL. Katherine was bom 1 5 Aug 1 856 in Philadelphia, , 
Pennsylvania. She died 12 Jun 1941 in Cleveland, , Ohio and was buried in North Solon, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

+ 7F i. Winnifred SMITH was bora 22 Dec 1873 and died 8 Jun 1935. 

+ 8 M ii. Albert SMITH was bom 9 Jan 1 88 1 and died 1 9 Dec 1 956. 

9 M iii. Clyde SMITH was bom 24 Feb 1 887 in Solon, , Ohio. 
Clyde married Maude WANGDON. 

3. Rebecca Frances SMITH (Rebecca) was bom 9 Dec 1 847 in , Penobscot, Maine. She died 5 Mar 
1921 in Cleveland, , Ohio and was buried in North Solon, , Ohio. 

Rebecca married (1) Levi Staples HARPER. The marriage ended in divorce. 

They had the following children: 

10 M i. Charles HARPER was bom in Swanton, Fulton, Ohio. Because he died as a child, 

baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

+ 11 F ii. Lola May HARPER was bom 9 Aug 1870 and died 13 Sep 1941. 



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Revised Statutes, Sec. 6395 



THE STATE OF OHIO. ? - PROBATE COURT 

FULTON COUNTY, SS ) 



JDate of Record — May ?^ , 1880 _ 

J^ame in full — Smith j F . phraim P> Smith — - — 

Age— Years ^^ , Months -z^. __, Bays. 

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Bate of Beath: Year J&JB. Month October' Bay ,..22. 

Condition --'[Married, Single or Widowed]^ Married 

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Last PUice of Residence Swan Creek Township 

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THE STATE OF OHIO, FULTON COUNTY, ss. 

I, A> M. Ba rher — '. : , Judge and Ex-officio 

Clerk of the Probate Court within and for said County, do hereby certify that the 
foregoing is a full and correct transcript from Vnlnmp 1 PagP 117 ^ 

of the Record of Deaths, required by the Laws of Ohio, to be kept in the Probate 
Court of said county. 

: , yiTNESS my signature and the seal of said Court, at 
> . Wauseon, Ohio, this ' 9 Hay of 

Pi"obate Judge aiid_Ex-Offido Clerk of lA Probate Court 

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12 F iii. Mertis HARPER was bom 9 Jan 1 873 in Swanton, Fulton, Ohio. She died Jun 1 95 1 

in Taft, , Florida and was buried in Taft, , Florida. 

Mertis married Richard Jackson SMITH on 1918/1919 in , , Florida. Richard died 

in Taft, , Florida and was buried in Taft, , Florida. 

13 iv. HARPER was bom 9 Jan 1 873. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and 

endowment are not necessary. 

Rebecca also married (2) Hector C HARPER on 26 Jun 1 903. Hector was bom Aug 1 838 in County 
Down, , Ireland. He died 7 May 1 902 in North Salon, , Ohio and was buried in North Salon, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

1 4 M V. Albert J HARPER was bom 27 Decl 884 in North Solon, , Ohio. 

Albert married (1) Emma BASSETT on 25 Dec 191 1 . 

Albert also married (2) Mary GREEN. Mary was bom in Swanton, , Ohio. She died 

1 Sep 1926. 

+ 15 F vi. MaudeHARPERwasbom21 May 1886. 

Rebecca also married (3) Dexter SPAULDING. 

4. Levi Wheeler SMITH (Rebecca) was bom 24 Jan 1 849 in Charlton, Penobscot, Maine. He died 24 
Oct 1920 in Cleveland, , Ohio and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Cleveland, , Ohio. 

Levi married Rose Philena WHEELER, daughter of Simon WHEELER and Lucinda HESELTINE. 
Rose was bom 3 Jun 1 863 in , Penobscot, Maine. She died 8 Jun 1 924 in Cleveland, , Ohio and was 
buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Cleveland, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

1 6 F i. Inez MonvUIa SMITH was bom Dec 1 884 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She died 1 3 Jun 

1897. 

17 M ii. Benjamin SMITH was bom 7 Jul 1 886 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 1 891 . 

Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

+ 1 8 F iii. Hazel SMITH was bom 2 Jul 1 892. 

1 9 F iv. Gladys SMITH was bom 20 Jan 1 895 in Cleveland, , Ohio. She.died 3 1 Aug 1 954. 



Third Generation 

7. Winnifred SMITH (Ephraim M SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 22 Dec 1873 in Swanton, Fulton, Ohio. 
She died 8 Jun 1935 in North Solon, , Ohio. 

Winnifred married Cass Smith HARPER, son of Robert R HARPER and Martha Jane SMITH. Cass 
was bom 13 Feb 1872 in North Solon, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

20 M i. Guy Burnett Smith HARPER was bom 24 Mar 1 895. 

2 1 F ii. Verdine HARPER was bom 1 2 Oct 1 897 in Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio. 

8. Albert SMITH (Ephraim M SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 9 Jan 1 881 in Swanton, Ohio, Ohio. He 



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WHEELERS 

Levi Wheeler Smith called Lee, son of Rebecca (Wheeler) and Ephraim Putnum Smith of 
Swanton, Ohio, married his cousin Rose, daughter of Simon and Lucinda Hazeltine Wheeler, 
They resided at Cleveland, Ohio March 4, 1906, address was 819 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, 
Ohio. He was in Oregon in 1907. 

His Children- 

1 . Benjamin married and lived near his parents - bom in 1 888, 

No Children as of May 1,1918 

2. Hazel Smith married E. J. Burke and lived with her parents bom 1890, May 1,1918, 
lived at 71 19 Lockyear Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 

3. Gladys bom 1891 graduated 1916 

4. Mont Villa died June 7, 1900, age 13 ^2 

(Mrs. Rose W. Smith visited here September, 1904 girls were 12 and 9) 

Levi Wheeler died October 24, 1920 of pernicious anemia and heart trouble. He was in 
Jacksonville, Florida from January to May, 1918. 

Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Gladys were in Florida. 

February 1922 widow living at 133 1 East 143 Street, Cleveland, Ohio 

2. Hazel and her husband bought tte home, and had Geraldine Burke bom April 
1, 1919. 

(The Smith 6mily held reunions with the three brothers who went west in 1846. In 1906 
they went to Cass City, Michigan with EUen, a sister of Martha Jane (Smith) Harper and daughter 
of Sylvester Smith.) 

Martha Jane Smith, daughter of Martha Jane (Wheeler) and Dr. Sylvester Smith of Molunkus, 
Maine, and Paw Paw, Illinois, bora at home of grandfather Simon Wheeler, Molunkus, on August 
13, 1843 and married Robert R. Harper of Cleveland, Ohio. 

1 . Robert Rockwell Harper was bom in Orange Township, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, 
September 20, 1843 and dkd at the home of M. H. Quick, Cass City, Michigan, wMle writing 
friends there September 3, 1919, age 75 years 1 1 months and 13 days. Visiting son Reverend A. 
R. Harper of LaGrange, Indiana about 3 months and was not feeling well on leaving to visit 
friends m Michigan. Taken sick August IS"^, 

Mr, Harper was a stone mason and builder. Emit bridges and did general contracting. 
Fimerai 7 September 1919. Buried Solon Cemetery. Owned a ferm 2 miles east of Randall. 
Lived there 30 years. Sold and located at 3226 East 90* Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Was a number 



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of North Solon Baptist Church, In Cleveland went to Miles Avenue Christian Churck 

Mrs. Harper died 5 years previous to her husband February 10, 1915. Gave her house to 
her only daughter. Gave the house on Kinsman Road to her 4 sons. 

1. Martha Jane Smith, daughter of Martha and Dr. Smith bom Molunkus, August 13, 
1 843. Went to Paw Paw, Illinois in 1 846. Drove there from Maine with a team in 1 845. She 
married Robert Rockwell Harper of Cleveland on April 15, 1864 and lived in Cleveland. Robert 
Harper, her husband was bom in Orange Township, Cuyahoga County, Iowa on September 20, 
1 843 . (Sounds like this is repeated) 

CHILDREN 

1. Charles Fremont Harper bom October 29, 1865 at Cleveland. Lived there 1919. In 
ftimiture business. Wife Cora and son Bayard (1913) 

2. Archibald Riley bora December 22, 1867. Lived for a time at Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, 
Was a Baptist Clergyman and married Carrie A. Thorpe. No Children. Lived at La Grange, 
Indiana in 1919 and died before February 26, 1922. 

3. Cass Smith bom February 13, 1870 at Cleveland, married Winifred Smith and lived on 
East 90* Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

4. Sylvester Jay bom February 27, 1872 lived Bainbridge, Ohio 

5. Alida May Harper bom June 1, 1880, Cleveland, Ohio resided on E. 90* Street with 
father Robert Harper. She married Wjinan T. Irwin. She had a daughter Dorothy Irwin bora 
February 10, 1908 who lived with her parents at 3226 East 90* Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Had 2 
children \^o died in infency. (I don't know which one had the two children.) 

Martha Jane (Smith) Harper, wife of Robert dropped dead. Resided at 3226 East 90* 
Street, Cleveland, Ohio at the home of her son, Charles Harper who lived across the street (E. 
90* Street) Cleveland, Ohk) February 10, 1915. (I hope you will excuse these repeats but I am 
copying what I took from her notebook). 

At one time Robert Harper lived on a farm 2 miles east of Randall When he died he left 
(1919) 2 sisters, Mrs. Margaret Perkins of Bedford and Mrs. Sarah Pike of North Solon. Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert R. Harper visited New England in 191 1 . 

Ephraim, son of Rebecca (Wheeler) and Ephraim Putnum Smith (lawyer) married Katie 
Bickle and Uved at Cleveland, Ohio. 
CHILDREN: 

1 . Winifred Smith (twin other died) married Cass Harper and lived East 90* Street, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

2. Albert Smith married Mary PhiUips and lived in Cleveland. Had one girl, Ethel. 

3. Clyde Smith married Minnie Walkden. Lived in Cleveland. Had NO CHILDREN. 

4. Frances Smith married Dexter Spaulding and 2"^ Levi Staples Harper and lived in 
Cleveland, Ohio. Children: 



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1 . Lok R. Harper married James Wiggins and 2"*^ Jason H. Shippy. Had a 
daughter Irene Wiggins, 

2. Mertis A. Harper (twin died) never married was a high school teacher. 

3. Charles Harper died. 

Children of Frances (Smith) and Hector C. Harper (a widower) with three children. 

1. Maud Harper married June 5, 1907 to Lester Denman of NorwaQc, Ohio and 
lived on Ogle Street in Cleveland, Ohio. Had a daughter Wanetta Denman who lived 9321 
Dickens Avenue, Cleveland, OMo in 1920. 

Albert J. Harper in grocery store, married and went into nulk business. An infent died. 
Francis Smith Harper lived with her son, Albert J. Harper at 29 - 27* Central 
Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 

MoDy Smith, daughtCT of Rebecca (Wheeler) and Ephraim Putnam Smith of Mexico, 
Maine and Swanton, Ohio, bom January 14, 1852 in Maine and married Fred Curtis on August 
31,1883. In June 1884 at Swanton, Ohio, 20 miles west of Toledo. On March 4, 1906 she 
wrote to her cousin Orinda Nelson Turner that she lived 1 mile from the town of Swanton and 
had lived there 6 years. Fred Curtis was 13 years older than his wife. NO CHILDREN. 

They lived at one time on Manos Street, Cleveland, Ohio. In March 1915 they lived at 
9314 Kinsman Road, Box 6, Cleveland, Ohio. Molly (Smith) Curtis died of heart trouble in the 
spring of 1917. 

Mary Bacon, daughter of Sarah (Wheeler) and Henry Bacon married Richardson of 
Exeter, Maine had a daughter Grace who lived at Bangor, Maine. 

Charles Bacon, son of Sarah (Wheeler) and Henry Bacon of Charlestown, Maine married 
a Rkhardson and lived on the home place at Charlestown, Maine and later at Oakland, Maine. 
His son, Harry Bacon married Evelyn — and lived at Oakland, Maine with their Mier. Had 3 
childrea 

Augustus Wheeler, son of Joseph and Elmira (Lancaster) married and lived at Lincoln, 
Main (1924) The wife had a shock September 1920. 
Children: 

Joseph 

Ciaretice 

Bertha 

A daughter married Savage and had 6 children. She died in 1918 and left 4 

little girls and 2 little boys. 

Levi Wheeler son of Joseph and Eknira (Lancaster) and grandson of Simon and Sarah, 
married Laura Hortoa 
Children: 
1 . Cora A. Wheeler married Wihner D. Smith deceased. 

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2. Esteiia Wheeier died at age 9 

3. Ada I Wheeler, married Emory A. Miller, resided at 4317 East 33"^ Street, Des 
Moines, Iowa on January 25, 1935. They had NO CHILDREN. 

4. Pearl Wheeler married Samuel P. OfScer 
Children: 

1. Margaret Ann Officer 

2. Richard Officer 

Julia Ellen Smith, daughter of Martha (Wheeler) and Dr. Sylvester Smith married Henry 
Quick and lived in Cass City, Michigan. 
Children: 

1. Clarence Smith Quick 

2. Geneve 

3. Walter 

Two boys died (Clyde, Leroy ??) 

Adelaide Augusta Smith, daughter of Martha Jane (Wheeler) and Dr. Sylvester Smith, 
married George H. Smrtk 
Children: 

1. Clauda G. Smith bom Clio, Michigan 

2. Lula P. Smith bom Clio, Michigan, lived at San Diego, California 

3. Murry Smith bom Gaylord, Michigan 

Geneva Clara Nell Smith, daughter of Martha Jane (Wheeler) and Dr. Sylvester Smith, 
married Dr. Byron Phillips of Phelps and lived in Ackron, Michigan, 
Children: 

1 . Mabel Phillips or Phelps married Thomas Frank Thayer and had NO CHILDREN. 

2, RoUand Stanley Phillips or Phelps was shot on Thanksgiving day 1910 at age 19 years. 

Mary Smith, daughter of Martha Jane (Wheeler) and Dr. Sylvester Smith married Randall 
WUber. 

Children: 

1. Floy C. Wilber, engineer, lived Boyne City, Michigan, married Alwe Murdock 

2. Roy C. Wilber died September 1 896 

3. Clara W, Wilber died September 26, 1896 of diphtheria. These two were adopted by 
Martha Jane Harper. 

Mary Smith Wilber died of consumption December 11, 1892. Randall, her husband died 
of the same disease. 

1. Charles Freemont Harper, son of Martha Jane (Smith) and Robert Harper, bom 
October 29, 1865, Cleveland, Ohio, married Cora E, Harriman and lived on East 90* Street n 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Child: 

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1. Robert Bayard Harper bom December 19, 1905 

2. Cass Smith Harper, son of Martha Jane (Smith) and Robert Harper, bom February 13, 
1870 at Cleveland, Ohio, married Winifred Smith and lived on East 90'*' Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children: 

1. Guy Harper, bom January 1 897 and married 

2. Verdine Harper bom April 1898 and married 

Lola R- Harper, daughter of Frances (Smith) and Levi Staples Harper married 1*^ Ira 
Wiggins had a daughter, Irene Wiggins, who married Harry Deitz and had a son. She married 2^ 

Shippy. They had twins - Paul Shippy and Pauline Shippy. She married 3"* Black and had a 

child that died. They lived on the comer of Central and Sterling Streets in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Lula P. Smith, son of Adelaide Augusta (Smith) and George H. Smith was bom in Clio, 
Michigan. He was a lawyer and married Vesta Manning and lived at San Diego, California. 
Children: 

1 . Doris May Smith bom at Gaylord, Michigan 

2. George Smith bom at Gaylord, Michigan 

Clarence Smith Quick, son of Julia EUen (Smith) and Henry Quick was bom in Cass City, 
Michigan. He married Lottie Smith and resided in Cass City, MSchigan. 
Children: 
L Viola May Quick bora 1906 

2. Luella Quick bom 1908 

3. Bemice Quick bora 1910 

4. Beatrice Quick bom 1911 

5. Inez Luella Quick bom 1914 

Clyde Leroy Quick, bom Cass City, Michigan, son of Julia Ellen (Smith) and Henry Quick 
married Stella Turner the daughter of tte second wife of Walter C. Quick. They resided at 
Deford, Michigan and had three sons: 

1. Albert Quick 

2. Garry Qukk 

3. not given 

Gineva Quick bora Cass City, MSchigan, daughter of Julia Ellen (Smith) and Henry Quick 
married Frank Bryant and resided at Pontiac, Michigan. 
Children: 
L Henry Bryant 

2. Lucille Bryant 

3, A daughter 

Walter C. Quick, son of Julia Ellen (Smith) and Henry Quick vms bom in Cass City, 



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Michigan. He married 1" , married T^ Mrs. -Turner, the mother of 

Stella Turner (wife of Clyde Leroy Quick) Walter C. Quick had NO CHILDREN 

Note: Clarence Wheeler, Elihu Lane, Lincota, Nebraska (don*t know what this means) 

Maude Applebee Passadumkeag. (It might mean people who could give information) 

1. Simon 

2. Joseph and Elmira Lancaster 

3. Levi Wheeler and Laura Horton Wheeler 

4. Cora A. Wheeler married Wilmer D. Smith NO CHILDREN 

5. Estella Wheeler died at 9 years 

6. Ada J. Wheeler married Emoiy A. Miller NO CHILDREN 

7. Pearl Wheeler married Samuel P. Officer 

ChUdren: 

Margaret Ann Officer 

Richard Officer 

1869 -Dexter, Maine 

Rhoda Wteeler ~ Dexter, Maine, married Stephen Haynes, a carpenter (living in 1 878 

1. Caroline Haynes married Silas Swanton 

2. Jeremy Nelson Haynes married Sabina Norris of N.H. December 2, 1866 died in 
Haverhill, Massachusetts 

3. Abbie Haynes in Civil War 

4. Maria married Oliver LibbeyofCharlestown- NO CHILDREN 

5. Caroline married Silas Swanton of Dexter NO CHILDREN 

6. Roscoe married September 30, 1886 Eunice Smith lived Georgetown, Massachusetts, 
NO CHILDREN 

7. John married and lived Haverhill, Massachusetts 

8. Luther married Abbie (Turner) of Gray, Maine, lived Dexter, 2 children died 

9. Rosetta Haynes married Emerson Austin lived Foxcraft, Maine, NO CHILDREN 

Sarah Wheeler and Henry Bacon of Charlestown, Maine 

1. Hattie married CoL Richards and lived at Garland, Maine, moved to Lewiston, Maine 
October 1891 NO CHILDREN 

2. Ellen married Willis Rodin and lived Revere, Massachusetts NO CHILDREN 

3. Mary Bacon married Richardson of Exeter, Maine, lived Corinth had a 

daughter Sarah Bacoa 

4. Henry never married lived at Milo, Maine 

5. Charles lived at Charlestown on home place and later at Oakland, Maine. 

6. John Wheeler ofTogas, Maine, NO CHILDREN 

Henry Bacon and wife, Sarah both died at Charlestown, Maine 
Sarah died February 1887 at home of Ance Richardson 



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Joseph Wheeler bom July 5, 1812 married Elinira Lancaster at Lincoln, Nebraska, died in 
Iowa, ' 

1 . Jane Wheeler married Llewellyn Blake of Lee, Maine. Removed to California, she died 
June 14, 1911. 

2. Frank Wheeler married and lived in Iowa 

3. Augustus Wheeler lived at Lincoln, Nebraska 

4. Henry Wheeler married twice and lived at Enfield and Lincoln, Nebraska, NO 
CHILDREN 

5. EHhu Wheeler lived in Iowa 

6. Augusta Wheeler lived m Iowa 

7. Joseph Wheeler lived in Iowa 

8. Levi Wheeler married Laura Horton 

Joseph and Ebnira resided at McGrove, Boone County, and Mackey, Iowa 

Lucy Wheeler, a twin married — Jennings died young 

Jerusha Wheeler married Guenthner died young 

Children: Esta Guenthner married Squire Harvey and resided at Parkman, Maine 

Cora says Simon had a brother Eben and that R^d, Jacob and Jonas Wheeler's fether was 
Simon's brother 

Jonas Wheeler married and lived in Greene, Maine 
Children: 

Mary married Hatch had a son, Charles Hatch. He went to Salem, New 

Hampshire to see relatives. 
Charles 
Frank married Emma (PuUen) and lived in Leeds 

1 . Eben bom 1 806 Leeds and married Marcia P 

2. Deborah Cutter Wheeler bom Greene, Maine, September 27 1808 

3. Jacob Wheeler married Martha Ann Drake 

4. Levi Wheeler bom 1810 moved to Charlestown, Maine to Paw Paw Grove, Illinois in 1846. 

5. Rhoda bora July 5, 1812 married Stephen Haynes, Dexter, Maine 

6. Rebecca Wheeler married Ephraim Putnam Smith of Mexico, Maine, He removed to Swanton, 
Ohio 

7. Sarah Wheeler married Henry Bacon and lived Charlestown, Maine 

8. Joseph Wheeler bom April 12 1819 

9. Martha Jane Wheeler bom November 12, 1824 moved to Paw Paw Grove, Illinois (1846) 
married Dr. Sylvester Smdth brother of Ephraim 

10. Lucy Wheeler a twin, died young but was married 

1 1 . Jerusha Wheekr, a twin, died young but was married. 



(This is perhaps from the Dexter, Maine, Wheelers. These are from Eben, Davki or Willard 

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Wheeler Famiiy, I think.) 

Stephen F. and Emily (Carleton) Wheeler, Dexter, Maine, Frank of Dexter 

Charles B. bom July 28, 1 868 
Mrs. Lilla Seavey of Dexter sister 
Mrs. Albert Knowles of Corinna, Maine, a sister 

Bradford Wheeler late of Atkinson, New Hampshire 

Charles B, Wheeler, Jr. 

1 . Atty Stephen married Exeter, New Hanq)shire 
Mr. Charles W. Brown, Hampton Falls 

John Stevens and Rebeckah Marble married November 12, 1765 at Charlton, Massachusetts. 
Jacob Stevens, bought and in Green from Simon Wheeler April 30, 1810 5 acres for $400 Vol. 
13, page 590 Augusta Reg. of Deeds 
Jacob Stevens bought land in Green, 40 acres for $900 on Aj»il 24, 1816, Vol 29, Page 229. 

WiU of Jacob File S13 Old Lincoln County 

Children: 

Sarah Minter of Munter 

Rachel Brown 

Jerusha PuUen 

Rebecca Mower 

Lucy Jennings 

Polly Merrill 

John Stevens 

Martha Clark 

Jacob J. Stevens 

Esther Guntner 

Loner B. Stevens 



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died 19 Dec 1956. 

Albert married Mary PHILLIPS. 

They had the following children: 

22 F i. Ethel SMITH. 

Ethel married James CATES on 1949. James was bom in from Garrettsville, , Ohio. 

II. Lola May HARPER (Rebecca Frances SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 9 Aug 1870 m Swanton, Fulton, 
Ohio. She died 13 Sep 1941 in Chicago Heights, , Illinois and was buried in Mt Hope Cemetery, 
North Solon, , Ohio. 

Lola married (1) James S WIGGINS on 26 Jun 1 891 in North Solon, , Ohio. James was bom 1833 
in Albion, , Maine. He died about 1916 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

+ 23 F i. Irene WIGGINS was bom 23 May 1 892. 

Lola also married (2) Jason H SHIPPY, son of Nathan SHIPPY and Augusta KLINE, on 26 Jun 
1903 in Cleveland, , Ohio. Jason was bom 1 1 Jun 1870. 

They had the following children: 

24 M ii. Paul A SHIPPY was bora 1 3 Jun 1 904 in North Solon, Ohio, Ohio. 

Paul married (1) Adeline KING on Nov 1927. 
Paul also married (2) Louise. 

25 F iii. Pauline SHIPPY was bom 1 3 Jun 1 904 in North Solon, Ohio, Ohio. 

Pauline married Chet T HORTON on 16 Sep 1922, 

Lola also married (3) BLACK. 
They had the following children: 

26 iv. BLACK. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

15. Maude HARPER (Rebecca Frances SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 21 May 1886 in North Solon, , 
Ohio. 

Maude married Lester DENMAN on 5 Jun 1907. Lester was bora in Norwalk, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

+ 27 F i. Wanetta DENMAN. 

18. Haze! SMITH (Levi Wheeler SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 2 Jul 1 892 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

Hazel married Eugene J BURKE. 

They had the following children: 
+ 28 F i. Gladys Geraldine BURKE was bom 1 Apr 19 19. 

+ 29 F ii. Jacqueline Joy BURKE was bom 20 Mar 1 934. 



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Fourth Generation 

20. Guy Burnett Smith HARPER (Wmnifred SMITH, Ephraim M SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 24 Mar 
1895 in Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio. 

Guy married Hazel BOOP on 22 May 1918 in Cleveland, , Ohio. Hazel was bom 22 Apr 1 898 in 
Cleveland, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

30 F l Mary Ruth HARPER was bom 1 7 Jul 1 925 in Cleveland, , Ohio. She died 23 Apr 

1936. 

23. Irene WIGGINS (Lola May HARPER, Rebecca Frances SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 23 May 1 892 
in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

Irene married Harry VIETS on 30 May 1910. 

They had the following children: 

31 M i. Harrison Frederick VIETS. 

27. Wanetta DENMAN (Maude HARPER, Rebecca Frances SMITH, Rebecca). 
Wanetta married Robert ARMOUR. 

They had the following children: 

32 F i. Geraldine ARMOUR. 

33 F it CarroU ARMOUR. 

28. Gladys Geraldine BURKE (Hazel SMITH, Levi Wheeler SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 1 Apr 1919 in 
Cleveland, , Ohio. 

Gladys married Robert Walter MARCHANT. Robert was bom 5 Mar 1919. 

They had the following children: 

34 F i. Victoria Jean MARCHANT was bom 10 Apr 1939 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

35 M ii. Jeffrey Burke MARCHANT was bom 5 Jul 1 943 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

36 F iii. Pamela Ann MARCHANT was bom 3 1 Jul 1 944 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 

29. Jacqueline Joy BURKE (Hazel SMITH, Levi Wheeler SMITH, Rebecca) was bom 20 Mar 1934 in 
Cleveland, , Ohio. 

Jacqueline married Edward Coy BELT. Edward was bom May 1925. 

They had the following children: 

37 M i. Jonathan Mark BELT was bom 7 Jan 1 953 in Cleveland, , Ohio, 

38 M ii. Michael Anthony BELT was bom 1 1 Feb 1956 in Cleveland, , Ohio. 



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BASSETT. Emma 

BELT, Edward Coy(b. 1925) 

BELT, Jonathan Mark(b.l953) . . 
BELT, Michael Anthony(b. 1956) . 

BICKEL,Katherine(b.l856) 

BLACK, 

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BOOP,Ha2el(b.l898) . 

BURKE, Eugene J 

BURKE, Gladys Geraldine(b.l9l9) 

BURKE, Jacqueline Joy(b. 1 934) . 

GATES, James 

CURTIS, Frederick F(b. 1838) ... 

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HARPER, Albert J(b. 1884) 14 

HARPER, Cass Smith(b. 1872) ... 7S 

HARPER, Charles 10 

HARPER, Guy Burnett S(b.l 895) . . 20 

HARPER, Hector C(b.l838) 3S 

HARPER, Levi Staples 3S 

HARPER, Lola May(b.l 870) 11 



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HARPER, Verdine(b, 1897) 21 

HORTON, Chet T 25S 

KING, AdeUne 24S 

MARCHANT, Jeffrey Burke(b. 1 943) 35 

MARCHANT, Pamela Ann(b. 1 944) 36 

MARCHANT, Robert Walter(b.l919) 28S 

MARCHANT, Victoria Jean(b. 1 939) 34 

PHILLIPS, Mary 88 

SHIPPY, Jason H(b.l870) US 

SHIPPY, Paul A(b. 1904) 24 

SHIPPY, Pauline(b.l904) 25 



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SMITH, Benjamm(b. 1886) 17 

SMITH, Clyde(b.l887) 9 

SMITH, EphraimM(b.l 845) 2 

SMITH, Ephraim Putnam(b. 1819) . IS 

SMITH, Ethel 22 

SMITH, Frank(b.l855) 6 

SMITH, Gladys(b. 1895) 19 

SMITH, Hazel(b. 1892) 18 



SMITH, Inez Monvi!la(b.l884) 
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SMITH, Winnifred(b.l873) 7 

SPAULDING, Dexter 38 

VDETS, Harrison Frederick 31 

VIETS, Harry'. 238 

WANGDON, Maude 98 

WHEELER, Rebecca(b.l816) 1 

WHEELER, Rose Philena(b. 1 863) . 48 

WIGGINS, Irene(b. 1892) 23 

WIGGINS, James S(b. 1833) US 



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Modified Register for Joseph WHEELER 



First Generation 





1. Joseph WHEELER was bom 1 1 Apr 1819 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 16 Nov 1889 in 
Mackey, , Iowa. 

Family records of Lillie Wheeler Wilson and Augusta Blake. Also records from Viola Wheeler Nelson and Ella 

Wheeler Allen 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Joseph married Elmira LANCASTER, daughter of Elihu LANCASTER and Sarah TUCK, on 4 May 
1 844 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. Ehnira was bom 1 1 Oct 1 824 in Corinna, Penobscot, Maine. She died 
16 Feb 1 897 in Mack^, , Iowa and was buried in Mackey, , Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

i. Joseph Franklin WHEELER was bom 4 Mar 1 845 and died 3 1 May 1 928. 

ii. Elmira Jane WHEELER was bom 8 Aug 1 846 and died 16 May 1 948. 

iii. William Henry WHEELER was bom 2 Nov 1 847 and died 3 1 Mar 1 922. 

iv. Augustus WHEELER was bom 1 1 May 1 849 and died 23 Aug 1 93 1 . 

V. Augusta Ann WHEELER was bom 30 Oct 1 85 1 and died 1 8 Oct 1 9 1 3. 

vi. Elihu WHEELER was bom 9 Feb 1 853 and died 24 Dec 1928. 

vii. Levi WHEELER was bom 1 2 Mar 1 855 and died 27 Aug 1 926. 

viii. Sarah WHEELER was bom 4 Aug 1 856 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. She 

died 6 Jan 1 921 in Jefferson, Greene, Iowa and was buried in Jefferson, Greene, Iowa. 

Sarah was known as Sadie 

Elmira Jane Wheeler Blake family records 

Lillie Wheeler Wilson family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

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Sarah married Benjamin LIVINGSTON. Benjamin was bom 1 848 in , , Germany. 
He died 23 May 1932 in Jefferson, Greene, Iowa and was buried in Jefferson, Greene, 
Iowa. 

10 M ix. Adalbert WHEELER was bom 1857 and died 17 Apr 1896. 

1 1 M X. Simon WHEELER was bom 1 859 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. He died Mar 

1933 in Oacoma, , South Dakota. 

Family records of Mrs. Lillie Wheeler Wilson 

Family Records of Mrs. Elmira Gales Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines. Iowa 

Simon Wheeler had two wives: (1) Annie and (2) name unknown and had NO 

CHILDREN with either spouse 

Simon married Annie. 

12 F xi. Olive WHEELER was bom 1 860 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. Because she 

died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



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Josq>h Wheeler was bom at Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine. He was the ninth child 
of Simon md Sarah Stevens Wheeler. Sarah Stevens was the daughter of Jacob and Martha 
Pettin^ell Stevens. 

Simon Wheeler moved his femily to Lincoln, Maine when Joseph was nine years old. 
They were there about 4 years then moved to Mohmkus, Maine. In 1 844 we find Joseph back at 
Lincoki where he married Ehnira Lancaster, of Lee, Maine, on May 4, 1844 at Lee, Maine. 

Joseph and wife Ehnira, returned to Molunkus where Joseph cut down trees and made a 
clearing where he built his house. AU of their 13 children were bom in that house, except (Olive) 
Lillie who was bom in Illinois. Joseph spent his time working in the lumber camps in winter and 
in the summer worked on his &rm. 

Simon and Sarah Wheeler left Mohmkus and moved south to Charleston, Maine, where 
Simon died, April 2, 1853. He was buried at East Corinth, Maine. Ail of the boys went west and 
they persuaded Joseph to come to Illinois, also. 

Joseph stayed in Illinois until 1877, when they moved to Harrison Township, Boone 
County, Iowa. With him were Frank and wife; Elihu; Sadie; Levi; Adalbert; Simon, Jr.; Charlie 
and Lfllie. William Heniy, Augustus, and Ehnira Jane and her husbaiKi Llewell>Ti Blake went 
back to Maine. Augusta and husband Hugh Gates came later and settled at Jefferson, Iowa. 
Sadie married Ben Livingston and lived at Jefferson, Iowa. EUhu took up land across the road 
from his &ther and built a house on his land. Lillie kept house for Elihu until he married Elvira 
Briley, on August 6, 1 882, Frank and his wife bought land adjoining his Father's land. Levi went 
west to the mining districts. Adalbert and Simon stayed home until after 1885, then they went to 
Nebraska and the Dakotas. 

Charlie fernied the home place after Joseph died in 1889, and Grandmother kept house for 
him. Later he married Gertie Smith and Grandmother went to live with Lillie and Tom Wilson at 
Blue Earth, NGnnesota. She died there in 1 897, but was brought back to Mackey, Iowa and 
buried beside Joseph. 

Joseph Wheeler was a man six feet two inches tall, slender, joUy and toved to tease. 
Grandmother was more quiet, but toved her grandchildren. 



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JOSEPH FRANKLIN WHEELER 

Among those to whom success has come as a result of diligence and intelligently directed 
effort is Joseph Franklin Wheeler, who is now living retired, although he still occupies the form 
home on section 14, Harrison Township, Boone County. A native of Maine, he was bom on the 
4* day of March, 1845, a son of Joseph and Elmira (Lancaster) Wheeler, who in the year 1877 
arrived in Boone County, where they lived for a number of years. Both are now deceased. 

Joseph F. Wheeler passed his boyhood days in the Pine Tree State, being about 20 years 
of age when he came west to Illinois, where he was en^loyed as a ferm hand for about two years. 
He enlisted at Dbcon, IIHnois as a member of Con^any G, Fifteenth Illinois Infentry, with which 
he served for seven and a half months. Following the close of his military service he returned to 
Illinois, where be remained a year, when on account of ill health he returned to New England, 
establishing his home in Penobscot County, Maine, where he lived for six years. In 1875, he 
returned to Illinois, married Miss Elizabeth Gates, a daughter of Abel and Catherine (McFadden) 
Gates. 

In 1877 he moved to Boone County, Iowa where he has now made his home for 37 years, 
and throughout this period has been identified vsTth agricultural interests. He has worked hard, 
earning his success by the sweat of his brow, and as the years have passed by he has advanced 
steadily step by step untO he is now numbered among the men of affluence in Harrison Township. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler have four children: Joseph F. who married Carrie StoU and farms 
in Harrison Township; William Arthur, living in Scotia, California; Ella I., the wife of Charles 
AUen, who follows ferming near Stanhope, Iowa; and Mary Agnes, the wife of Irvin Ross, a 
resident fanner of this state living near Ogden, Iowa. 

With an automobile it is not difficult for Mr. Wheeler and his wife to reach the city and 
even more remote points, and the fact that he is now living retired enables him to enjoy motor 
trips through the country. 

In politics he is a Republican but without ambition for office. He belongs to the Methodist 
Church at Mackey, Iowa, and his Fraternal relations are with the E. L. Sheldahl Post, No. 439, G. 
A. R., of Story City, Iowa, by which he maintains pleasant relations with his old army comrades 
who wore the blue uniform during the darkest days and hours in the country's history. He is 
today as true and loyal to the government as when in times of war, he followed the old flag up on 
the battle fields of the South. 

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+ 1 3 M xii. Charlie WHEELER was born 24 Mar 1 864 and died 27 Feb 1 933. • . 

+ 14 F xiii. Olive WHEELER was bom 15 Nov 1865 and died 26 Oct 1951. 






Second Generation Fig"**^ ^ Charlie wheeler 

2. Joseph Franldin WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 4 Mar 1845 in Molunkus, Aroostook Maine. He 
died 3 1 May 1 928 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Joseph was 
baptized 26 Apr 1 952. He was endowed 30 Oct 1 952 in the Logan Utati temple. 

History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 
Records of Ella Wheeler Allen and Mamie Wheeler Ross 
Mrs. Margie Stevens, 720 N. Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Joseph married Elizabeth GATES, daughter of Abel GATES and Catherine MCFADDEN, on 1 5 
Mar 1875 in Dixon, Lee, Illinois. They were sealed 8 Mar 1954. Elizabeth was bom m Kmgston, , 
Illinois. She died in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 
+ 15 M i. Joseph Franklin WHEELER was bom 4 Feb 1878 and died 21 Apr 1955. 

1 6 M ii William Arthur WHEELER was bom 2 Feb 1 880 in Mackey, , Iowa. He died 14 
Dec 1940. William was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He 
was endowed 21 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

+ 1 7 F iii. Elmira Isabelle WHEELER was bom 1 9 Oct 1 882. 

+ 1 8 F iv. Mary Agnes WHEELER was bom 20 Apr 1 885 and died 1 5 Oct 1 963. 

3 Elmira Jane WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 8 Aug 1 846 in Molunkus, Aroostook, Maine. She died 
" 1 6 May 1 948 in Eureka, Humboldt, California and was buried in Eureka, Humboldt, Ca itomia. 
Elmira was baptized 1 Jul 1939. She was endowed 8 Nov 1939 in the Logan Utah temple. 

History compiled by Augusta Blsena Blake 

Histor>' compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller. Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Elmira married Llewellyn BLAKE, son of Phillip BLAKE, on 9 D^ 1866 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. 
Llewellyn was bom 1 Mar 1 845 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. He died m Long Beach, Orange, 
California and was buried in Long Beach, Orange, California. 

They had the following children: 

1 9 F i. Louella BLAKE was bom 1 869 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. Because she died as a 

child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Louella Blake died young, but her baptism was 20 Mar 1986 in Idaho Falls Temple and her 
endowment was 22 April 1986 in the Idaho Falls Temple 

20 F ii. Augusta Elsena BLAKE was bom 1 87 1 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. She died 5 Aug 

1949. 

Augusta Elsena Blake was known as Gussie 

21 F ili. Elizabeth BLAKE was bom 1878 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. She died 1885. 

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Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 
Eli2ai)eth Blake was 7 years old when she died 
+ 22 F i V. My rta Mae BLAKE was bom 1 8 Nov 1 879 and died 7 Apr 1 959. 
+ 23 F V. Minnie Ethel BLAKE was bom 4 Jul 1 882 and died 5 May 1 956. 

24 F vi. Verna Lillian BLAKE was bom 29 Dec 1 884 in Lee, Penobscot, Maine. She died 
1898. 

4. William Henry WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 2 Nov 1 847 in Molunkus Aroost^ol^ M^ 

died 3 1 Mar 1922 in Passadumkeag, Penobscot, Mame and was buned m P^ssadumkeag, Penobscot, 
mIc. Wimam was baptized 26 Apr 1952. He was endowed 30 Oct 1 952 m the Logan Utah temple. 

William Henry Wheeler had two wives: (1) Lucia A Lancaster and (2) Clara E. Knights 

Lillie Wheeler Wilson family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Death Certificate of Children - Portland, Maine 

William Henry Wheeler and wife (2) Clara E. Knights had NO CHILDREN 

Vital Statistics of Lincoln, Maine 
William married (1 ) Lucia A LANCASTER. Lucia was bom 11 Jull 853. She died 29 Aug 1902 in 
^^saTuIear^^^^^^^ Maine. Lucia was baptized 20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

She was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 
+ 25 F i. Lillian Maude WHEELER died 1 2 Mar 1 936. 

+ 26 F ii. Carrie A WHEELER was bom 1 875 and died 26 Nov 1 944. 

William also married (2) Clara E KNIGHTS. Clara was bom 22 Nov 1 854 in Lincoln, Penobscot, 
Maine. She died 26 Jul 1923 in Passadumkeag, Penobscot, Mame. 

5 Augustus WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 1 1 May 1 849 in Molunkus, Aroostook, Maine. He died 23 
Aug 1 93 1 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. Augustus was baptized 26 Apr 1 952. He was endowed 30 
Oct 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Death Certificate of diildren in possession of Clarence Wheeler 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mar^e Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Clarence Wheeler family records 

Augustus married Sarah F LANE, daughter of Lewis LANE and Clarinda LANCASTER, on int. 17 
may 1 878 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. Sarah was bom 1 4 Feb 1 857 m . , Maine. She died 7 Jun 
1923 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 



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27 M i. Joseph WHEELER was bom 26 May 1 879 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. He died 

9 Jul 1917. 

28 F ii. Bertha Jane WHEELER was bom 10 Dec! 881 and died 13 Apr 1916. 

29 F iii. Clara WHEELER was bom 3 Apr 1883 and died 16 Jan 1919. 

30 M iv. Clarence WHEELER was bom 25 Feb 1 885 and died 28 May 1947. 



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Elihu Wheeler was bom at Macwahoc, Maine (formerly Molunkus) February 9, 1853, and 
died December 24, 1928, at the age of 76 years. He moved from Maine to Illinois at the age of 
eleven years, where he resided until at the age of 24 he came to Iowa with his brother, Frank, and 
has since resided in the community west of Story City, Iowa, 

He was united in marriage with Elvira F. Briley, August 6, 1882. To this union was bom 
four sons and six daughters. His wife and three daughters preceded him to their future home. 
The deceased daughters were Flora May, Gertmde and Lettie. His companion passed away May 
25, 1915. 

He leaves to moum his loss, four sons and three daughters, namely: George A.; Joseph 
E.; Jesse J.; John A. B.; Eldora H. Knight; and Ella Peterson, all of Boone County, and Viola B. 
of Artesian, South Dakota. Thirty grandchildren and one great grandchild, also two brothers and 
one sister, besides a host of relatives and friends moum his departure. 

He had been ailing for a number of months and was patient in his sickness, and patiently 
waited for the call from his Master. He was converted nine years ago and united with the Mackey 
M. E. Church (Methodist), where he remained an active member until his death. He will be 
greatly missed by all. 

Funeral services were held at Mackey, M.E. Church. Friday, December 28, 1928, 
conducted by Reverend C. J. Henderson. Burial was at Mackey Cemetery. 

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6. Augusta Ann WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 30 Oct 1851 in Molunkus, Aroostook, Maine. She died 
1 8 Oct 1 9 1 3 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Linwood Park Cemetery, Boone, Boone, Iowa, 

Augusta Ann Wheeler was bom near Bangor, Maine 

Mar>' Hayes Barger femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Augusta married George Hagh GATES, son of Abel GATES and Catherine MCFADDEN, on 29 
Jun 1 870 in Ashton, Lee, Illinois. George was bom 19 Jul 1848 in Pittsburgh Ontario, Canada. He 
died 1 1 Feb 1 91 8 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Linwood Park Cemetery, Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

i. Elmira Jane GATES was bom 22 Feb 1872 and died 5 Mar 1959. 

ii. Dorothy Elkabeth GATES was bom 5 Dec 1 874 and died 23 Nov 1935. 

ill. Joseph Abel GATES was bom 8 Dec 1 877 and died 1 5 May 1 948. 

iv. Ulah Myrtle GATES was bom 23 Jan 1 883. 

V. George Harrison GATES was bom 4 May 1 890 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. He died 
Nov 1893. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

7. Elihu WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 9 Feb 1853 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. He died 24 Dec 
1928 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Family liistory compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Records from Viola B. Wheeler Nelson 

Mrs. Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Elihu married Elvira Folton BRILEY, daughter of Elisha Vance BRJLEY and Mary Magdaline 
FOSTER, on 6 Aug 1882 in Story City, Story, Iowa. Elvira was bom 22 Apr 1865 in Ames, Story, 
Iowa. She died 25 May 1915 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

36 F i. Flora May WHEELER was bom about 1 883 in Story City, Story, Iowa. She died 

1883. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Flora May Wheeler died at 6 months of age 

ii. Viola Blanche WHEELER was bom 25 Nov 1 884. 
iii. George Albert WHEELER was bom 2 Sep 1 886 and died 21 Apr 1 957. 
iv. Hattie EMora WHEELER was bom 24 Dec 1 888. 

V. Joseph Elisha WHEELER was bom 4 Oct 1 889. 
vi. Mary Gertrude WHEELER was bom 1 2 Apr 1 89 1 and died 4 Mar 1 9 1 3 . 
vii. Ella Fulton WHEELER was bom 24 Aug 1 892. 

viii. Barbara Juliette WHEELER was bom 1 2 Apr 1 894 and died 27 Jul 1 9 1 5. 
k. Jesse Jean WHEELER was bom 13 Sep 1 898 and died 29 Dec 1963. 

X. John Andrew Burton WHEELER was bom 4 Sep 1 901 . 

8. Levi WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 12 Mar 1855 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. He died 27 Aug 
1926 in Gentry, , Arkansas and was buried in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 



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Family records of Laura Horton Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Levi married Laura Elizabeth HORTON, daughter of James Esarey HORTON and Amanda BATES, 
on 15 Nov 1885 in Blunt, , South Dakota. Laura was bom 28 Mar 1854 in Yankeetown, Warrick, 
Indiana. She died 31 Jan 1925 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa and was buried in Glendale Cemetery, Des 
Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

46 F i. Baby Girl WHEELER was bom Sep 1 886 in Blunt, , South Dakota, She died Sep 

1 886 m Blunt, , South Dakota. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment 
are not necessary. 

Baby Girl Wheeler died at age 3 days near Blunt, South Dakota 

47 F ii. Cora Alma WHEELER was bom 5 May 1 889 in Blunt, , South Dakota. She died 

13 May 1921 in Restigouche, Quebec, Canada and was buried in Campbelltown, 
New Brunswick, Canada. 

Records of Laura Horton Wheeler 

Records of Ada Wheeler Miller 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Cora Alma Wheeler and Wilmer Douglas Smith had NO CHILDREN 

Cora married WUmer Douglas SMITH, son of John SMITH, on 16 Sep 1919 in Des 
Moines, Polk, Iowa. Wihner was bora 1 880 in , Eastern Ontarion, Canada. He died 
in Cowansville, Quebec, Canada and was buried in Cowansville, Quebec, Canada. 

My family of Smiths came from Northern Ireland, Belfest or Londcmderry, I do not know, in 
the early part of the last century. 

With them came several families of relatives. Derby's, Bradley's, Brennans, and Simpsons, 
Also about the same time came the James femily from Dublin, not relatives. They settled in 
Eastern Ontario where ^andpm^nts on both sides were bom. 

Grandfather Smith was JohiL My Father, son of a second marriage with Olivia James, was 
also a John, but my Mother rebelled at the thought of a third John Smith and named me John 
Wilmer Douglas Smith and the John disappeared. 

North Hatley and Shipton are only a few miles from here but there could not be any 
cormection between the femilies as I am the only member of our connection of Smiths to 
wander East, the others went West instead when they arrived at the years of discretion. 

Wilmer Douglas Smith 
January, 1958 

48 F iii. Sada Estella WHEELER was bom 27 Feb 1 890 in Blunt, , South Dakota. She died 

14 Sep 1899 in Dkon, Dixon, Nebraska. 

49 F iv. Ada J WHEELER was bom 6 Apr 1 892 in Pierre, , South Dakota. 

Records of Laura Horton Wheeler 

Records of Ada Wheeler Miller 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ada J. Wheeler and Emory Anthony Miller had NO CHILDREN 

Ada married Emory Anthony MILLER, son of Warner C MILLER and Nettie May 
BOHLSCHEID, on 15 Jun 1913 in Altoona, Polk, Iowa. Emory was bom 9 Mar 
1889 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

50 F V. Pearl WHEELER was bom 9 Aug 1895. 



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Figure 1 Ada J. Wheeler Miller 

Ada did the research for all of Levi's brothers and sisters and Phebe A. 
Robinson and her sister Hattie Hatch did research on the descendants of 
Levi Wheeler with his four wives. 



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WORK SHEET — DAC 

I, Ada Wheeler Miller being of age 72 years hereby apply for membership in tliis Society by 
right of lineal descent in the following line from Abraham Pettingell who was bom in Newbury 
on the 12'*' day of April 1704 and died in North Yarmouth, Maine on the day of . 

(1) I am the daughter of Levi Wheeler born 12 March 1855 died 27 August 1926, married 15 
November 1885 place Blimt, Dakota Territory (South Dakota), to Laura Elizabeth Horton bom 
28 March 1854 died 31 January 1925. 

(2) granddaughter of Joseph Wheeler bom 1 1 April 1819 died 16 November 1889 married 4 
May 1844 place Lee, Maine to Elmira Lancaster bom 1 1 October 1824 died 16 Febmary 1897. 

(3) great granddaughter of Simon (Simeon) Wheeler bom 1781 died 2 April 1853 married 15 
March 1804 place Greene, Maine to Sarah Stevens or Stephens bom 26 April 1786 died 
November 1863. (War 1812) 

(4) great 2"** grand daughter of Jacob Stephens bom 1764 or 8 died 19 November 1894 married 5 
April 1786 place Turner, Maine to Martha Pettingell bom 30 May 1764 died 24 May 1 853. 

(5) great 3"* granddaughter of Mark Pettingell bom 22 December 1728 died (unknown), married 
13 January or June 1754 place North Yarmouth, Maine to Sarah Clough baptized 14 June 1741 
died (unknown). (Colonial War) 

(6) great 4^'' grand daughter of Abraliam Pettingell bom 4 December 1704 died (unknown) 
married 29 February 1 727-8 place North Yarmouth, Maine to Anna French bom 1 9 Aug 1 706 
died (unknown) (Colonial War) 

(7) great 5^ granddaughter of Matthew Pettingell bom 29 November 1678 died 1756 married 
probably 22 October 1703 place Newbury, Massachusetts to Joanna French bom 16 December 
1683 died (unknown) 

(8) great 6^ granddaughter of Matthew Pettingell bom 1648 died (unknown) married 13 April 
1674 place Newbury, Massachusetts to Sarah Noyes bom 22 July 1653 died (unknown) 

(9) Richard Pettingell bom 1620 in England married Joanna Ingersoll 

Nicholas Noyes is said to be the first man to step ashore at Parker River, Newbury in 1635. 

Richard Ingersoll came from Bedfordshire, England to Salem in 1629, under contract with the 
Massachusetts Bay Company to take a place in the force of planters they were gathering. He 
died in 1644, wife was Anne Langeley, daughter Joanna married Richard Pettingell. 



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Authorities proving the Line of Descent from Ancestor: 

1 . Levi Wheeler -Family records; Wheeler Bible for date of marriage 

2. Joseph Wheeler - Vital Statistics of Greene and Leeds, Maine; Lee, Maine Vital Statistics for 
marriage 

3. Simon Wheeler - marriage record - Vital Statistics of Greene, Maine. Buried at East Corinth, 
Maine. 

4. Joseph Stevens - History of Greene, Maine p. Vital Statistics of Turner, Maine 

5. Mark Pettingeil - Pettingell Genealogy by John Mason Pettingell 

6. Abraham Pettingeil - Pettingell Genealogy by John Mason Pettingell 

7. Matthew Pettingell - Pettingell Genealogy by John Mason Pettingell 

8. Matthew Pettingell - Pettingell Genealogy by John Mason Pettingell 

9. Richard Pettingell - Pettingell Genealogy by John Mason Pettingell 

Children of Ancestors To Whom Married 

Names Dates of Birth 

1 . Mark 22 Dec 1 728 Sarah Clough 

2. Ephraim 28 Dec 1730 

3. Edward 11 Sep 1732 

4. David 5 Sept 1734 

5. Matthew 18 Oct 1736 

6. Eliphalet 18 Nov 1738 

7. Hannah 3 Aug 1740 died in 1814 - married Shubert Greeley 

8. Elisha 26 Apr 1742 

9. Miriam 11 Feb 1743 

10. Mary 8 Jul 1746 died 27 Apr 1839 

1 1 . Sarah 29 Jan 1 748 died 1 5 May 1 795 

12. Rebecca 22 Apr 1751 

Authorities Proving Services of Ancestors with details: 

Abraham Pettingell - "He was enrolled in Capt. George Berry's Co. - 36 weeks and one day in 
1747; also, in Lieut. Benjamin Morgridge's Co. in 1749. Was captured by the Indians while in 
service, and taken to Louisburg, whence he was brought with other exchange prisoners to Boston 
in the Schooner Britannia, Capt. Aylmer Granville. 

(Copied from Pettingell Genealogy by John M. Pettmgell page 43) 



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10. Adalbert WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 1857 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. He died 17 Apr 
1896 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. 

Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneraan 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Adalbert married Maggie HAYES. 

They had the following children: 
+ 5 1 M i. Albert WHEELER was bom 1 892 and died Feb 1 944. 
+ 52 M ii. Samuel WHEELER was bom 1 9 Nov 1 894 and died 1 3 Oct 1 93 1 . 

13. Charlie WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 24 Mar 1864 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. He died 27 
Feb 1933 in Capa, , South Dakota. 

Family records of James E. Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Charlie Wheeler had two wives: (1) Gertie E. Smith and (2) Belle Smith 

Charlie married (1) Gertie E SMITH on 1892 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

53 F i. Lillie WHEELER was bom 22 May 1 894 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. She died 30 

May 1948. 

Lillie married Delraan BROWN on 2 Feb 1916. 

54 M ii. James E WHEELER was bom 20 Aug 1 896 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

James was a Veteran of World War I 

Charlie also married (2) Belle SMITH. 

Belle Smith had 2 children when she was unmarried, Ethel Smith and Howard Smith 

Family recwds of James E. Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Charlie and Belle had the following children: 

55 F iii. Ethel SMITH was bom 20 May 1 904 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas. 

Ethel married Melvin SAVILLE. 

56 M iv. Howard SMITH was bom Feb 1 906 in Elk Point, Union, South Dakota. 

14. Olive WHEELER (Joseph) was bom 15 Nov 1865 in Paw Paw, Lee, Illinois. She died 26 Oct 1951 
in Pasadena, Los Angeles, California. 

Family records of Mrs. Lillie Wheeler Wilson 

Family records of Mrs. M>Tta Blake Berry Fisher 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lillie was named Olive Wheeler, but changed her own name and was married under the name of Liliie. 

Olive married Thomas WILSON in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Thomas was bom 29 Aug 1852. He died 
14 Apr 1930 in Pasadena, Los Angeles, Califomia. 

They had the following children: 

57 M i. Frank WILSON was bom in Blue Earth, Faribault, Minnesota. 



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Frank married and has 4 boys and 4 girls - no reply to letters sent to him by Ada Wheeler 
Miller 

58 M ii. Alva WILSON was bom in Blue Earth, Faribault, Minnesota. 

Alva Wilson married but had NO CHILDREN 

59 M iii. John WILSON was bom in Blue Earth, Faribault, Minnesota. He died 1 939/1 940. 

John Wilson married but had NO CHILDREN 



Third Generation 

15. Joseph FranMlii WHEELER (Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bora 4 Feb 1878 in Mackey, , Iowa. He 
died 2 1 Apr 1 955 in Ames, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Ames, Boone, Iowa. Joseph was baptized 
20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 21 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Carrie Stoll Wheeler Records 

Ella Wheeler Allen Records 

Mamie Wheeler Ross Records 

Ada \^^leeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Joseph married Carrie STOLL, daughter of August STOLL and Martha MACKEY. Carrie was bom 
in Ames, , Iowa, 

They had the following children: 

+ 60 F i. Leona Marie WHEELER was bora 9 Oct 1917. 

+ 61 F ii. Doris Lee WHEELER was bora 21 Jan 1920. 

17. Elmira Isabelle WHEELER (Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 19 Oct 1882 in Mackey, , Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Allen family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Elmira married Charles ALLEN, son of Jackson ALLEN and Dyza NEECA. Charles was bom 1 6 
Sep 1878 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. He died 31 Jan 1 955 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa and was 
buried in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 62 F i. Ruby ALLEN was bora i 7 Jun 1911. 

63 F ii. Bessie ALLEN was bom 4 Dec 1 9 1 3 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Allen femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Bessie married Karl KLYNG, son of Charles KLYNG and Emilie BERLING, on 10 
Aug 1940 in Ames, Boone, Iowa. Karl was bora 1 1 Feb 1913 in Roswell, Chaves, 
New Mexico. 

+ 64 F iii. Faye ALLEN was bom 22 Feb 1 9 1 6. 

65 F iv. Fera Georgia ALLEN was bom 22 Feb 1 9 1 6 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. She 
died 1916. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



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Faye Allen and Fern Gecwgia Allen were twins 
Fern Georgia Allen died at age 8 months 

+ 66 F V. Edna ALLEN was bom 2 1 Sep 1 9 1 9. 
+ 67 F vi. Gladys ALLEN was bom 1 Aug 1922. 
+ 68 M vii. Charles ALLEN was bom 5 Jun 1 927. 

1 8. Mary Agnes WHEELER (Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 20 Apr 1885 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 
She died 1 5 Oct 1963 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa, Mary was 
baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

Mai>' Agnes Wheeler was known as Mamie 

Mary married Irvin M ROSS, son of Lewis Heniy ROSS and Emma NULL. Irvin was bom 4 Jan 
1880 in. Story, Iowa, 

They had the following children: 

+ 69 M i. Marvin Irvin ROSS was bom 1 7 Mar 1910. 

+ 70 M ii. Lewis Franklin ROSS was bom 1 8 Oct 1 9 1 8. 

22. Myrta Mae BLAKE (Ehnira Jane WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 1 8 Nov 1 879 in Lee, Penobscot, 
Maine. She died 7 Apr 1 959 in Long Beach, Orange, California and was buried in Long Beach, 
Orange, California, 

Myrta married (1 ) Percy BERRY. 

They had the following children: 

+ 7 1 M i. Llewellyn BERRY died 22 Jun 1 955. 

Myrta also married (2) Mertoa E FISHER. 

23. Minnie Ethel BLAKE (Elmira Jane WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 4 Jul 1882 in Lee, Penobscot, 
Maine. She di^ 5 May 1956 in Long Beach, Orange, California. 

Minnie Ethel Blake Lingren family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 



Minnie married Albert LINGREN, 
They had the following children: 
72 M i. Oliver Blake LINGREN was bom 29 Dec 1 905 in Venice, , California. He died Feb 



1957. 



Minnie Ethel Blake Lingren family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Oliver Blake Lingren and Pauline Shunkiviles had NO CHILDREN 



Oliver married Pauline SHUNKIVILES. 



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+ 73 F ii. Dagmar LINGREN was bom 5 Oct 1 9 1 6. 

25. Lillian Maude WHEELER (William Henry, Joseph) was bom in West Enfield, Penobscot, Maine. 
She died 12 Mar 1936 in Oldtown, Penobscot, Maine and was buried 14 Mar 1936 in Lawndaie 
Cemetery, Oldtown, Penobscot, Maine. 

Maude Wheeler Applebee family records 

Ada WTieeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 



Lillian married Winfield S APPLEBEE on 1 5 Dec 1883 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. Winfield was 
bom in Lowell, Penobscot, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

74 M I Ivan APPLEBEE was bom 5 Jul 1884 in Passadumkeag. Penobscot, Maine. He 
died21 Nov 1952. 

Vital Statistics of Passadumkeag, Maine 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Could not find out about children. 



Ivan married Jerama Al MEAD. 

75 M ii. Andrew APPLEBEE was bom 30 Nov 1 885 in Passadumkeag, Penobscot, Maine. 

Vital Statistics of Passadumkeag, Maine 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Could not find out about children. 

Andrew married Annie May KELLY. 

76 F iii. Marjorie APPLEBEE was bom 30 Nov 1 892 in Passadumkeag, Penobscot, Maine. 

Vital Statistics of Passadumkeag, Maine 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Could not find out about children. 

Marjorie married Harry E TOURTILLOTTE on 1 912. 

26. Carrie A WHEELER (William Henry, Joseph) was bom 1 875 in W^t Enfield, Penobscot, Maine. 
She died 26 Nov 1944 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. 

Vital Statistics of Passadumkeag, Maine 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Carrie married Rufus MCCLAIN on 18 May 1895. 
They had the following children: 

77 M i. Vaughn MCCLAIN was bom 1 8 Feb 1 896. He died 24 Mar 1 896. 

78 F ii. Lucia MCCLAIN was bom 3 Feb 1898. 



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79 F iii. Helen MCCLAIN was born 24 Jan 1908. She died 6 Jan 1935. 
Helen McClain died of Tuberculosis 

Helen married MASON. 

28. Bertha Jane WHEELER (Augustus, Joseph) was bom 10 Dec 1881 in Lincohi, Penobscot, Maine. 
She died 13 Apr 1916 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Margie Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

Clarence Wheeler family records 

Bertha Jane died when her twins were bom. All are buried together. 



Bertha married Harold C DOW on 9 Jan 191 5 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. Harold was bom 1864. 
He died 4 Dec 1923. Harold was baptized 20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was 
endowed 23 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Harold C. Dow was married twice: (1) Bertha Jane Wheeler, and (2) Alberta Fenwick 

Death Certificate of Lincoln, Maine - State of Maine 

Birth Certificate of Lincoln, Maine 

Harold C. Dow's wife. Bertha Jane Wheeler, died when her twins were bom, and they were all three buried 

together. 

Harold and Bertha had the following children; 

80 M i. Baby DOW was bom 1 3 Apr 1 916 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. He died 1 3 Apr 

1916 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

Baby Dow was a twin to a female baby bom 13 April 1916 and died and they and their mother 
were all buried together. The mother. Bertha, died when her twins were bom. 

81 F ii. Baby DOW was bom 13 Apr 1916 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. She died 13 Apr 

1916 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine and was buried in Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 

Baby Dow was a twin to a male baby bom 13 April 1916 and died and they and their mother 
were all buried together. The mother, Bertha, died when her twins were bom. 

29. CJara WHEELER (Augustus, Joseph) was bom 3 Apr 1883 in East Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. She 
died 16 Jan 1919. 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Clarence Wheeler family records 
June Savage Farrington family records 



Clara married Asa SAVAGE on 26 Dec 1903. Asa was bora 16 Mar 1870 in Woodville, Penobscot, 
Maine. He di^ 6 Apr 1 944 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

+ 82 F i. June Madeline SAVAGE was bom 15 Feb 1905. 



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83 F ii. Elsie Eliiora SAVAGE was bom 1 8 Nov 1 906. 

84 F iii. Bertha Gertha SAVAGE was bom 12 Dec 1 909 in Woodville, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada UTreeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Dec 1962 

Bertha Gertha Savage was married twice: (1) Wilbur Watson on 21 Sep 1930 and they were 

divorced in April 1943 

Bertha and Wilbur Watson had NO CHILDREN 

Bertha and her second husband, Alfred De La Cruz, had NO CHILDREN 



Bertha married (1) Wilbur WATSON on 21 Sep 1930. 
Bertha also married (2) Alfred DE LA CRUZ. 

+ 85 F iv. Flora Delia SAVAGE was bom 23 May 1911. 

86 M V. Harold Odell SAVAGE was bom 14 Feb 1 9 1 5 in Woodville, Penobscot, Maine. He 
died 20 May 1943. 

+ 87 M vi. KeBoeth Wheeler SAVAGE was bom 9 May 191 7. 

30. Clarence WHEELER (Augustus, Joseph) was bom 25 Feb 1 885 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. He 
died 28 May 1947. Clarence was baptized 8 Feb 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was 
endowed 15 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Clarence Wheeler femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 



Clarence married Laura O'HARA. 

They had the following children: 

i. Doris M WHEELER was bom 21 Dec 1915. 
ii. Robert WiUiam WHEELER. 

iii. Clarence J WHEELER was bom 2 May 1920 in North Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 
Clarence J Wheeler was killed in World War n 

iv. Bernard Alton WHEELER was bom 1 1 Jan 1 923. 

V. Lulu Arlene WHEELER was bom 3 Jun 1925. 

vi. Vaughn LeRoy WHEELER was bom 21 Mar 1928 in North Lincoln, Penobscot, 
Maine. 

June Savage Farrington Family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Vaughn married Angie PARKS on 29 Dec 1951 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. 

3 1 . Elmira Jane GATES (Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 22 Feb 1 872 in Memphis, Saint 
Clair, Michigan. She died 5 Mar 1959 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in , Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
Elmira was baptized 20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 1 7 Apr 1 986 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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Elmira Jane Gates had two husbands: (1) Charles Elmer Hayes and (2) Henry Floyd Barger 

Family records of Mary Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Elmira marriecl (1) Charles Elmer HAYES on 22 Dec 1895. 
They had the following children: 

94 F i. Mary Augusta HAYES was bom 1 7 Dec 1 896. 

95 M ii. George W HAYES was bom 8 Oct 1 898 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. He died 3 Sep 
1899. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

iii. Hugh Eugene HAYES was bora 24 May 1 900. 

iv. Nellie Gertrude HAYES was bom 20 May 1 904. 

V. Charles Edward HAYES was bom 18 Jan 1907 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. He died 
1907 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried 1907 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Because 
he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Charles Edward Hayes died when 2 weeks old 

99 F vi. Marie HAYES was bom in Boone, Boone, Iowa. She died in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Marie Hayes died at birth 

100 F vii. Mable M HAYES was bom 2 May 191 1 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. She died 1928. 

101 M viii. Kenneth G HAYES was bom 10 Mar 191 3 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Kenneth married Marion HUNTING on 9 Jun 1942. 

Elmira also married (2) Henry Floyd BARGER 

32. Dorothy Elizabeth GATES (Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 5 Dec 1874 in Paw Paw, 
Lee, Illinois. She died 23 Nov 1935 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
She was sealed to her parents on 21 Apr 1954 in the St. George Utah temple. Dorothy was baptized 
12 Apr 1952. She was endowed 21 Apr 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Martha A. Giltner family records 

Vava Lxjuise Giltner Houseman records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Dorothy married John P GILTNER. John was bom 5 May 1 873 in Monterey, Monterey, California. 
He died 8 Jul 1954 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

i. Martha A GU.TNER was bom 18 Sep 1 898 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
ii. Vava Louise GILTNER was bom 30 Oct 1 901 . 
iii. Lavona Lucille GILTNER was bom 7 Sep 1 907. 
iv. James Eugene GILTNER was bom 6 Dec 1908 m Boone, Boone, Iowa- 
Records of Martha A. Giltner 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

James married (1) Bernice KESSLER 

James also married (2) Minnie Carmony JEROME. 





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1 06 F V. Jessie Inez GILTNER was bom 23 Aug 1 9 1 3 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. She died 3 
Jun 1914. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

33. Joseph Abel GATES (Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 8 Dec 1877 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. He died 1 5 May 1948 in Denver, Denver, Colorado and was buried in Denver, Denver, 
Colorado. He was seal^ to his parents on 21 Apr 1954 in the St. George Utah temple. Joseph was 
baptized 26 Apr 1952. He was endowed 30 Oct 1952 in the Logan Utah temple. 

Joseph Abel Gates had two wives: (I) Minnie Mae KuHman and (2) Mrs. Drusilla Wells 

Records of Mae Gates Sprigs 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Joseph married (1) Minnie Mae KULLMAN on 14 Feb 1898 in Independence, Jackson, Missouri. 
The marriage ended in divorce. 

They had the following children: 

+ 1 07 M i. George August GATES was bora 28 Dec 1 904 and died 1 9 Jun 1 964. 

+ 1 08 F ii. Mae LUIian GATES was bora 1 6 Nov 1 907. 

Joseph also marri^ (2) Mrs Drusilla WELLS on 1923 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

Mrs. Drusilla Weils had two children by her first husband 

34. Ulah Myrtle GATES (Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 23 Jan 1 883 in Paw Paw, Lee, 
Illinois. 

Records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Records of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ulah married Edwin BAKER on 23 Sep 1 902 in Jefferson, Greene, Iowa, Edwin was bom 24 Feb 
1874. He died 15 Jun 1950 in Oroville, Butte, California. 

They had the following children: 

+ 1 09 M i. Byron M BAKER was bom 29 Apr 1 904 and died 1 1 Nov 1 952. 

+ llOF ii. EulaVerniece BAKER was bora 23 May 1907. 

1 1 1 M iii. James Perry BAKER was bom Feb 1 91 3. He died 16 Nov 1913. Because he died 

as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

1 1 2 M iv. Ronald Gates BAKER was bom 1 Aug 1 9 16. He died Nov 1 938. 

37. Viola Blanche WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bora 25 Nov 1884 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 
Records fi"om Viola B. Wheeler Nelson 

Viola married William NELSON, son of Peter J NELSON and Anna Mary SWAN, on 12 Dec 1906 
in Story City, Stoiy, Iowa. William was bom 7 Nov 1881. He died 6 Mar 1956 in Boone, Boone, Iowa 
and was buried in Gienwood Cemetery, Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

1 1 3 M i. Guilford Joseph NELSON was bom 26 Jul 1 908 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. He died 

28 Sep 1939 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Records from Viola B. Wheeler Nelson 

Guilford Joseph Nelson and Ruth K. Jones had NO CHILDREN 

Guilford married Ruth K JONES, daughter of Oren JONES and Florence SMITH, 
on 18 Sep 1935. 

114 F ii. lona Margaret NELSON was bom 1 7 Mar 1 9 1 2 in Artesian, , South Dakoka. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Records from Viola B. Wheeler Nelson 

Harold Turner and lona Margaret Nelson Turner had NO CHILDREN 

lona married Harold TURNER, son of Joseph TURNER and Russa COONS, on 30 
Oct 1938 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Harold was bom 30 Jun 1909 in Wishek, 
Mcintosh, North Dakota, 

+ 1 15 F iii. Arvilla Roxie NELSON was bom 22 Apr 1913. 

38. George Albert WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bora 2 Sep 1 886 in Story City, Story, Iowa. He died 
21 Apr 1957 in Story City, Story, Iowa and was buried in Mackey Cemetery, Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 
George was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller ~ Dec 1964 
Records fixjm Jeamiie McVickcr Wheeler 

George married Jeannie MCVICKER on 25 Sep 1911. 

They had the following children: 
+ 116M i. KennethJohnWHEELERwasbom7Aprl913. 
+ 117 M ii. Everett Wilford WHEELER was bom 20 Nov 1914. 
+ 118 F iii. Margaret lona WHEELER was bom 13 Jan 1916. 
+ 119 F iv. Doris Ilene WHEELER was bom 5 May 1920. 

39. Hattie Eldora WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 24 Dec 1888 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - Dec 1964 
Records from Hattie E. Wheeler Kni^t 



Hattie married George Edward KNIGHT, son of Henry KNIGHT and Elizabeth BRONKER, on 
16 May 1906 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

1 20 M i. Albert G KNIGHT was bom 8 Nov 1 906 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight femily records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Albert G Knight and Alvina Gardner had NO CHILDREN 

Albert married Alvina GARDNER, daughter of William GARDNER and Ruby May 
SMITH, on 16 May 1933 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

121 F ii, Edna L KNIGHT was bom 19 Mar 1908. 



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+ 122 F iii. BeiilahG KNIGHT was bom 14 Mar 1910. 

1 23 M iv. Emmett E KNIGHT was bora 2 Aug 1 9 1 3 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight 

Emmett married Evelyn SMITH, daughter of Alva SMITH and Mary BURTON. 
+ 124 F V. ErmaE KNIGHT was bom 11 Nov 1916. 
+ 1 25 F vi. Velma F KNIGHT was bora 4 Oct 1 9 1 9. 
1 26 M vii. Harold C KNIGHT was bom 3 1 Oct 1 922. 



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+ 127 M viii. Norman H KNIGHT was bom 13 Feb 1928. 

40. Joseph Elisha WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 4 Oct 1 889 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Lillie Toepfer Wheeler 



Joseph married LtUie TOEPFER, daughter of Conrad TOEPFER and Henrietta AHRBNS. 

They had the following children: 
•f 1 28 F i. Geneva Ruth WHEELER was bom 1 3 Jul 1 91 3. 

+ 1 29 F ii. Elanor Ireae WHEELER was bom 28 Jun 1 9 1 4. 
+ 130 F iii, Leora Lilly WHEELERwas bom 16 May 1916. 

41 Mary Gertrude WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 12 Apr 1891 in Story City, Story, Iowa. She 
died 4 Mar 1913. Mary was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 
19 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Family records of Viola Wheeler Nelson 



Mary married Oscar SANDVIG on Aug 1912 in Des Momes, Polk, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 
+ 1 3 1 M i. Marion Wheeler SANDVIG was bom 4 Mar 1 9 1 3 . 

42. EUa Fulton WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 24 Aug 1892 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Family records of Ella Wheeler Peterson and Viola Wheeler Nelson 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ella married Oscar PETERSON on 25 Dec 191 1. Oscar died Sep 1963 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and 
was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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Oscar and Ella had the following children: 

1 32 M i, Eugene Harry PETERSON was bom 1 Jan 1 9 1 3 in Cowrie, Webster, Iowa. 

Eugene Harry Peterson had two wives: (1) Hazelle Johnson and (2) Alma 

Ella Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Eugene Harry Peterson and his wife, Hazel le Johnson had NO CH]1X)REN 
Eugene Harry Peterson and his wife. Alma , had NO CHILDREN 

Eugene married (1 ) Hazelle JOHNSON. 
Eugene also married (2) Alma on 23 Aug 1945. 

+ 133 F ii. Marine Ella PETERSON was bom 18 Jun 1916. 

+ 134 F iii. HazelJeanette PETERSON was bom 5 Aug 1917. 

+ 135 F iv. Helen Lucille PETERSON was bom 18 May 1923. 

1 36 F V. Betty Jane PETERSON was bom 1 9 Apr 1 926 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

+ 137 F vi. Lois Deane PETERSON was bora 27 Apr 1930. 

43. Barbara Juliette WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 12 Apr 1894 in Story City, Story, Iowa. She 
died 27 Jul 1 91 5 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. Barbara was 
baptized 20 Mar 1986 m the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 22 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho 
Falls Idaho temple. 

Viola Wheeler Nelson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, E>es Moines, Iowa 

Barbara married Bert REYNOLDS. 
They had the following children: 

138 F i. Sylvia REYNOLDS was bom 19 Sep 1914. 

Viola Wheeler Nelson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Sylvia married Vern LUCK. 

44. Jesse Jean WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 13 Sep 1 898 in Story City, Story, Iowa. He died 29 
Dec 1 963 in Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Jesse was baptized 20 Mar 
1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 21 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Viola Wheeler Nelson Family Records 

Family records of Florence Ostrand Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Jesse married Florence OSTRAND on 26 Nov 1919 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Florence died 4 Dec 
1 962 m Boone, Boone, Iowa and was buried in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

139 F i. Marilyn Elvira WHEELER was bom 8 Apr 1 922 m Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
-f- 140 F ii. FloriHeMayWHEELERwasbomllDecl924. 

+ 141 F iii. Phyllis Jean WHEELER was bora 1 Nov 1927. 



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45. John Andrew Burton WHEELER (Elihu, Joseph) was bom 4 Sep 1 901 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Family records of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeier Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

John married Magolia May BAKER, daughter of Allen Curtis BAKER and Gertie May LONG, on 

23 Nov 1921. 

They had the following children: 
+ 142 M i. John Frank WHEELER was bora 1 5 Sep 1 922. 
+ 143 M ii. Elihii Alien WHEELER was bom 14 Aug 1925. 
+ 1 44 F iii. Madonna Wyone WHEELER was bom 22 Feb 1 928. 
+ 1 45 F iv. Ella Maudine WHEELER was bom 8 Apr 1 935. 

50. Pear! WHEELER (Levi, Joseph) was bom 9 Aug 1 895 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. 
Records of Pearl Wheeler Officer and Laura Horton Wheeler 
Records of Ada Wheeler Miller 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Pearl Wheeler and Samuel Officer had two children, a dau^ter, Margaret, who married a liicks, and lived m 
Denver; and a son, Richard who lived in Greeley, Colorado at the time of Samuel Officer's death. Pearl and 
Samuel Officer also had three grandchildren at the time of Samuel's death. 

Pearl married Samuel P OFFICER, son of Arthur Horace OFFICER and Lydia Ann COLGROVE, 
on 4 Jun 1919 in Great Fails, Cascade, Montana. Samuel was bom 6 Jul J 8/5 in Meadville, , 
Pennsylvania. He died 22 Mar 1961 in Ramona, , California and was buned 29 Mar 1961 m 
Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, , Colorado. 

Samuel P. Officer 

Funeral Service Notice „ „ r. i t> t^cxz t<i r.f 

Services were Wednesday at Olinger Mortuary. E. Colfax Avenue at Magnolia St., for Samuel P. Officer, 75, of 

4335 E 14th Ave., who died March 22 at Raraona, California. kBurial was at Fairmount 

Officer was a retired Mountain Slates Telephone and Telegraph Co. employe. He was district manager m 
Wyoming and Mcmtana before moving to Denver in 1926. He retired from the iirm in 1951. 

He was bom July 6, 1 885, at Meadviile, Pennsylvania. He moved to Raton, New Mexico, as a child and was a 
graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico. 

Officer married Pearl Wheeler in Great Falls, Montana, in 1919. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers 
Club, Rawlins (Wyoming) Lodge No. 5 AF&AM, the Cheyemie Consistory and the American Bell Club. 

Survivors besides his wife include a daughter. Mrs. Margaret Hicks, Denver; a son, Richard, Greeley. Colorado; 
and three grandchildren. 

Services were held in the Drawing Room - East Colfex at Magnolia on Wednesday, March 29, 1961 at 1 1 K)0 
o'clock. Officiating was Dr. Arthur L. Miller, Montview Blvd. Presbyterian Church, Music by Olmger Male 
Quartet. 
Samuel and Pearl had the following children: 
+ 1 46 F i. Margaret Anne OFFICER was bom 5 Apr 1 920. 

+ 147 M ii. Richard Edward OFFICER was bom 1 Mar 1 924 and died 1 4 Jan 1 962. 

5 1 . Albert WHEELER (Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 1 892 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. He died Feb 
1944. 

Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 



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Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Albert married Myrtle WALTON in Verdigre, Knox, Nebraska. Myrtle was bora 17 Sep 1902. 
They had the following children: 

148 M i. Clarence Edward WHEELER was bora 3 May 1 920. 

1 49 F ii. Berniece WHEELER was bom 1 9 Jul 1 922 in Venice, Douglas, Nebraska. 
Bemiece Wheeler never married 

iii. Laura Myrtle WHEELER was bom 6 Aug 1 924. 
iv. Dorothy Marie WHEELER was bom 1 1 May 1 926. 
V. Leah Mae WHEELER was bom 1 7 Sep 1 928 in Venice, Douglas, Nebraska. 
Leah Mae Wheeler never married 

vi. Robert LeRoy WHEELER was bom 8 Sep 1930. 

vii. Jack WHEELER was bom 24 Aug 1 932. 

viii. Lucille Rose WHEELER was bom Jun 1 934. 

ix. Marvella WHEELER was bom 14 Jun935. 

52. Samuel WHEELER (Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 1 9 Nov 1 894 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. He died 
13 Oct 1931 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. 

Family reawds of Mildred Wheeler Moser 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Samuel married Mary VOGT. Mary was bom 27 Sep 1 897. 
They had the following children: 

I Mildred Marie WHEELER was bom 19 Jun 1920. 

ii. Lawrence Alfred WHEELER was bom 20 Apr 1 922. 

iii. Elsie Ann WHEELER was bora 2 1 Jun 1 924. 

iv. Elmer Joseph WHEELER was bom 1 7 Aug 1 927 in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska. 

V. Girl WHEELER was bom 1 5 May 1 932 in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska. She died 1 5 
May 1 932 in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska and was buried in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska. 
Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Girl Wheeler and Boy Wheeler were twins Boy Wheeler lived 7 hours 

1 62 M V!. Boy WHEELER was bom 1 5 May 1 932 in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska. He died 1 5 
May 1 932 in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska and was buried in Verdige, Knox, Nebraska. 
Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Girl Wheeler and Boy Wheeler were twins Boy Wheeler lived 7 hours 



Fourth Generation 

60. Leona Marie WHEELER (Joseph Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 9 Oct 1 91 7 in 



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Mackey, , Iowa. 

Records of Carrie Stoll \^'lieeler 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Dcs Moines, lowo. 

Lived in BriarclifF, New York 

Leona married Robert BALDWIN. 
They had the followmg children: 

163 M i. Robert BALDWIN was bora 13 Apr 1947. 

1 64 M it. William BALDWIN was bom 28 Aug 1 950. 

61 . Doris Lee WHEELER (Joseph Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 21 Jan 1920 in Ames, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Doris married Frank R LARSON. The marriage ended in divorce. 

They had the following children: 
+ 165 F i. Carol Ann LARSON was bora 31 May 1942. 

+ 166 F ii. Vicky Lee LARSON was bom 19 Jun 1947. 
+ 167 F iii. Sandra Kay LARSON was bom 15 Oct 1948. 

168 M iv. Terry LARSON was born 20 Apr 1 952 in Ames, , Iowa. 

62. Ruby ALLEN (Elmira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 17 Jun 1911 in 
Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Allen femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ruby married WUbur G EYESTONE, son of Winn Wilbur EYESTONE and Edna GODFREY. 
They had the following children: 

1 69 M i. WUbur A EYESTONE was bom 2 1 May 1 93 8 in Grinnell, Poweshiek, Iowa. 

1 70 M ii. Richard D EYESTONE was bom 1 Feb 1 940 in Iowa City, Johnson, Iowa. 

64. Faye ALLEN (Elmira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 22 Feb 1916 in 
Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Faye Allen and Fern Geor^a Allen were twins 

Ella Wheeler Allen family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Faye married Stanley O SANDVIG, son of J«is B SANDVIG and Emily MAAGE. 
They had the following children: 

1 7 1 F i. Georgia SANDVIG was bom 1 6 Apr 1 945 in Thor, Humboldt, Iowa. 

1 72 M ii. Allen SANDVIG was bom 2 Apr 1 948 in Thor, Humboldt, Iowa. 

1 73 F iii. Sharon SANDVIG was bora 1 Oct 1 949 in Thor, Humboldt, Iowa. 

1 74 F iv. Susan Jean SANDVIG was bom 9 Oct 1953 in Thor, Humboldt, Iowa. 



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66. Edna ALLEN (Elmira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 21 Sep 1 919 in 
Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Ella WTieeler Allen femily records 

Ada Wheclc Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Edna married Ivan GRASSO, son of James Victor GRASSO and Alta PEPPLES. Ivan was bom 9 
Jun 1914 in Madrid, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 1 75 F i. Joan Dell GRASSO was bom 8 Dec 1 94 1 . 

1 76 M ii. Gary Ivan GRASSO was bom 1 9 May 1 944 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

67. Gladys ALLEN (Elmira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 1 Aug 1922 in 
Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Allen family records 

Ada Wheele Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Gladys married Clifford VAN METER, son of Joseph VAN METER and Ethel HOLMES, on 1 Nov 
1941 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. Clifford was bom 20 Mar 1917 in Lynnville, Jasper, Iowa. 

Th^ had the following children: 

177 M i. Robert VAN METER was bom 16 Aug 1945 in Berkeley, Contra Costa, California. 

1 78 F ii. Karen VAN METER was bom 26 Jun 1 946 in Berkeley, Contra Costa, California. 

Ella Wheeler Allen family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 10 Nov 1964 

Karen married Duanne HODDER on 7 Oct 1 964 in Richmond, Contra Costa, 
California. 

68. Charles ALLEN (Eknira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 5 Jun 1927 in 
Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Allen family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 10 Nov 1964 

Charles married Marigean BERRY, daughter of Ralph Elmer BERRY and Bessie GREEN. 
They had the following children: 

1 79 F i. Barbara Jean ALLEN was bom 1 Apr 1 954 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

69. Marvin Irvin ROSS (Mary Agnes WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 17 Mar 1910 in , , 
Iowa. 

Mamie Wheeler Ross family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Marvin married Mildred PESTOTNIK. Mildred was bom in Gallatin, Daviess, Missouri. 
They had the following children: 
+ 180 M i. Kenneth Marvin ROSS was bom 17 Sep 1935. 

1 81 F ii. Marcia Kathleen ROSS was bom 29 May 1939 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 



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1 82 M iii. Larry Gail ROSS was bom 1 May 1 945 in Ogden, Boone, Iowa. 

Lillian Cutler Ross femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 6 Jan 1965 



Lany married Lyola OLDS on 19 Oct 1962. 

70. Lewis Fraiiidin ROSS (Mary Agnes WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 18 Oct 1918 in 
Ogden, Boone, Iowa. 

Mary Agnes Wheeler femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lewis married Lillian CUTLER. Lillian was bom in , Boone, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

1 83 F i. Marilyn Loraine ROSS was bora 1 9 Nov 1 936 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Mary Agnes Wheeler family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Marilyn married Roger DEE. 

1 84 F ii. Carol Ann ROSS was bom 26 Aug 1 939 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Mary Agnes Wheeler family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Carol married Gerald ZANKER 

1 85 M iii. David Lewis ROSS was bom 10 Nov 1 943 in Mason City, Cerro Cordo, Iowa. 

Lillian Cutler Ross family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

David mairied Cathy Ann BELL on 23 Aug 1964 in , Boone, Iowa. 

1 86 F iv. Judy ROSS was bom 4 Dec 1944 in Mason City, Cerro Cordo, Iowa. 

71 . Llewellyn BERRY (Myrta Mae BLAKE, Elmu-a Jane WHEELER, Joseph) was bom in Long Beach, 
Orange, California. He died 22 Jun 1955 in Long Beach, Orange, California. 

It looks like Llewellyn Berry could have had three wives: (1) Mable Stanley, (2) dai'ice Algutre and (3) Helen 

Vickery 

Augusta Elsena Blake family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Minnie Ethel Blake Lindgren family records 

Llewellyn married (1) Mable STANLEY. 
Llewellyn also married (2) Clarice ALGUIRE. 



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Llewellyn also married (3) Helen VICKERY. 
They had the following children: 

187 F i. Patricia Myrta BERRY. 

Patricia lives 9701 Greenwich Lane, Anaheim, California 

Ray Robinson, Logan, Utah 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Patricia married Robert G LATTIMORE. 

73. Dagmar LINGREN (Minnie Ethel BLAKE. Elmira Jane WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 5 Oct 1916 
in Venice, , California. 

Minnie Ethel Blake Lingren family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Dagmar married Melvin W KILLINGSWORTH. 

They had the following children: 

1 88 M i. Melvin Walter KILLINGSWORTH was bom 5 Jun 1 940. 

1 89 F ii. Lanette KILLINGSWORTH was bom 2 May 1 945. 

82. June Madeline SAVAGE (Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 1 5 Feb 1 905 in Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

June married Albert D FARRINGTON on 2 Jan 1 932. 

They had the following children: 
+ 190 F i. Evelyn Norma FARRINGTON was bom 5 Aug 1932. 

+ 1 9 1 F ii. Clara Jean FARRINGTON was bom 2 Aug 1 937. 
+ 192 M iii. Elwood Harold FARRINGTON was bom 13 Oct 1943. 

83. Elsie Elnora SAVAGE (Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 1 8 Nov 1906 in Woodville, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

Elsie married Harold LOWE on 6 Oct 1923. 

They had the following children: 
193 F i. Marilyn LOWE was bom 13 Aug 1945 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 20 Dec 1962 

Marilyn is an adopted daughter 



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85. Flora Delia SAVAGE (Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 23 May 1 911 in Woodville, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, fowa - 20 Dec 1962 



Flora married Edraoiid PINETTE on 1 1 Oct 1931. 
They had the following children: 

i. Robert Donald PINETTE was bom 1 2 Dec 1 932. 

I. Carolyn Jean PINETTE was bom 17 Oct 1935. 

1. Judith Ann PINETTE was bom 4 May 1939. 

87. Kenneth Wheeler SAVAGE (Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 9 May 1917 in 
Lmcoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, fowa - 20 Dec 1962 

Kenneth married Mildred MURPHY on Feb 1938. 
They had the following children: 

197 M i. Richard Allen SAVAGE was bom 1 1 Oct 1938 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

198 F ii. Gloria Jean SAVAGE was bom 30 May 1941 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

88. Doris M WHEELER (Clarence, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 21 Dec 1915 in North Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

Doris M. Wheeler had two husbands: (1) Israel Henry Nute and (2) John Barney 
June Savage Farrin^on and Robert Clarence Nute Family records 
Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Doris married (1) Israel Henry NUTE. 
They had the following children: 
+ 199 M i. Robert C NUTE was bom 6 Mar 1939. 

200 M ii. Kenneth NUTE was bom 27 Sep 1 940 in North Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

201 F iii. Donna M NUTE was bom 8 Jul 1942 in North Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

202 F iv. Sandra Jean NUTE was bom 22 Jun 1 944 in North Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

Doris also manied (2) John BARNEY. 
They had the following children: 

203 F V. Patricia BARNEY was bom In Waterville, Kennebec, Maine. 

204 M vi. John BARNEY was bom in Waterville, Kennebec, Maine. 



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89. Robert William WHEELER (Clarence, Augustus, Joseph) was bom in North Lincoln, Penobscot, 
Maine. 

June Savage Farrington Family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Dcs Moines, Iowa 



Robert married Elsie PARKS. 

They had the following children: 

205 F i. Roberta L WHEELER was bom 5 Dec 1 948 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. 

206 M ii. Robert William WHEELER was bom 26 Aug 1 950 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, 

Maine. 

207 F iii. Connie Louise WHEELER was bom 30 Jan 1 953 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. 

91 . Bernard Alton WHEELER (Clarence, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 1 1 Jan 1923 in North Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington Family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, E>es Moines, Iowa 



Bernard married Barbara PARKS on 6 Aug 1948 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. 
They had the following children: 
208 F i. Gloria Jean WHEELER was bom 7 Mar 1 95 1 in Macwahoc, Aroostook, Maine. 

92. Lnlu Arlene WHEELER (Clarence, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 3 Jun 1925 in North Lincoln, 
Penobscot, Maine. 

Lulu Arlene Wheeler was known as Betty 

June Savage Farrington Family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lulu Arlene Wheeler has an illegitimate child -Joyce Ann Wheeler, bom 13 Mar 1942 at Montville,Maine- Joyce 

Ann Wheeler lives with her grandmother 



Lulu married YATmES. 
They had the following children: 

209 F !. Joyce Ann WHEELER was bom 1 3 Mar 1 942 in Montville, Waldo, Maine. 

210 F il Ka thy Louise YATIDES was bom 29 Dec 1951. 

94. Mary Augusta HAYES (Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bora 17 Dec 
1896 in Ottumwa, Wapello, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mary married Will BARGER, son of Henry BARGER and Mary Etta WOOLHISER, on 5 Feb 1 9 1 8. 
Will died 28 Mar 1946 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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Will and Mary had the following children: 
+ 2 1 1 M i. Charles BARGER was bom 2 Sep 1 920. 
+ 212 F ii. Mary Louise BARGER was bom 26 Apr 1925. 
+ 2 1 3 F iii. Darlene Rose BARGER was bom 4 Oct 1 930. 

96. Hugh Eugene HAYES (Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 24 May 
1900 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Hugh Eugene Hayes had two wives: (1) Edith Borg and (2) Elva Hunting 

Family records of Mary Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Hugh married (1 ) Edith BORG. Edith was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

Richard HAYES. 

Lorraine HAYES. 

Eugene HAYES. 
iv. Frances HAYES was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Family records of Hu^ Eugene Hayes 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Frances married William EAST. 
2 1 8 F V. Patty HAYES was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Family records of Hugh Eu^ne Hayes 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lived at Stanhope, Iowa 

Patty married Herbert CRIM. 
Hugh also married (2) Elva HUNTING. 

97. Nellie Gertrude HAYES (Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 20 May 
1904 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Nellie married Chari<» F CLARK, son of George J CLARK and Ida Jane LIMES. 
They had the following children: 
+ 219 F i. Irene CLARK was bom 22 Dec 1931. 

220 F ii. Donna CLARK was bom 12 Aug 1934 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Nellie Gertrude Hayes Clark family records 

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Donna married Dale HOUCHIN. 
22 1 F ill, Diana CLARK was bom 1 7 Feb 1 937 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

103. Vava Louise GILTNER (Dorothy Elizabeth GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 
30 Oct 1901 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Vava married Albert W HOUSEMAN on 20 Oct 1937 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the followmg children: 

+ 222 M i. Donald Kent HOUSEMAN was bom 12 May 1939. 

104. Lavona LucUle GILTNER (Dorothy Elizabeth GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was 
bom 7 Sep 1 907 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Lavona married William H SCHULTZ, son of Herman SCHULTZ, on 26 Jul 1927 in Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 223 F i. Donna Lee SCHULTZ was bom 30 Nov 1 932. 

107. George August GATES (Joseph Abel GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 28 Dec 
1904 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas. He died 19 Jun 1964 in Rogers, , Arkansas. 

Records of Mae Gates Spriggs 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 23 Nov 1961 



George married Tot COWAN, daughter of James Euwell COWAN and Lenna Leona DENVER, on 

27 Nov 1927. 

They had the following children: 
+ 224 F i. JoAnn GATES was bom 12 Jun 1929. 

1 08. Mae Lillian GATES (Joseph Abel GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 1 6 Nov 
1907 in Seldon, Sheridan, Kansas. 

Mae married Herbert E SPRIGGS, son of Edgar SPRIGGS and Emma Belle EMMERSON, on 28 
Jun 1927. Herbert was bom 20 Jun 1907 in Yates Center, Woodson, Kansas. 

They had the following children: 

+ 225 F i. Donna Dean SPRIGGS was bom 5 Jan 1 932. 

109. Byron M BAKER (Ulah Myrtle GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 29 Apr 1 904 
in Jefferson, Greene, Iowa. He died 1 1 Nov 1952. 

Records of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Byron M. Baker was married twice: (1) Mildred Rodgers and (2) Mildred Wooshane in 1933 

Byron M. Baker and Mildred Wooshane had NO CHIIJ3REN 

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Byron and Mildred had the following children: 
+ 226 M i. Roger Edwin BAKER was bom 16 Mar 1 926. 
+ 227 M ii. Byroa M BAKER Junior. 

Byron also married (2) Mildred WOOSHANE on 1933. 

1 1 0. Eula Verniece BAKER (Ulah Myrtle GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 23 May 
1907 in Beaver, Greene, Iowa. 

Eula married Moulton GRAY. 

They had the following children: 

+ 228 F i. Betty Jean GRAY was bom 1 Dec 1926. 

229 M ii. Francis Moulton GRAY was bom 10 Jan 1 929 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Records of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Francis Moulton Gray and Frieda Mae Guidicessi Gray were living in Oroville, California 

Francis married Frieda Mae GUIDICESSI on 29 Jun 1952. 

115. Arvilla Roxie NELSON (Viola Blanche WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 22 Apr 1913 in 
Artesian, , South Dakoka. 

Family History complied by Ada Wheeler Miller 
Records from Viola B. Wheeler Nelson 

Arvilla married Harold Archie THOMPSON, son of Frank Aaron THOMPSON and Edna Delia 
EMERSON, on 30 Oct 1938 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. Harold was bom 5 Nov 1912 in Spirit Lake, 
Dickinson, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 230 M i. LoweUEugeneTHOMPSONwasboml9Febl941. 

23 1 F ii. Beverly Dawn THOMPSON was bom 24 Sep 1943 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

232 F iii. Marilyn Jo THOMPSON was bom 8 Oct 1 950 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

116. Kenneth John WHEELER (George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 7 Apr 1 913 in Mackey, Boone, 
Iowa. 

Kenneth married Bertha MADSEN, daughter of Ole MADSEN and Isabelle ENDERSON. Bertha 
died 16 Nov 1955 in Webster City, Hamilton, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

233 M i. Richard WHEELER was bom 23 May 1 938 in Webster City, Hamilton, Iowa. 
+ 234 M ii. Gordon WHEELER was bom 20 Jun 1939. 

+ 235 M iii. Duane LeRoy WHEELER was bom 28 Aug 1 940. 

236 M iv. Ronald WHEELER was bom 1 Feb 1947 in Webster City, Hamilton, Iowa. 

237 M V. Kevin WHEELER was bom 1 8 Nov 1 953 in Webster City, Hamilton, Iowa. He 

died 1 6 Nov 1 955. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 
necessary. 



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117. Everett Wilford WHEELER (George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 20 Nov 1914 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Jeannie McVicker Wheeler femily records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Dcs Moines, Iowa 

Everett married Fern SINN, daughter of Edward SINN and Evelyn JOHNSTON, on 3 Jul 1937. Fern 
was bom 26 Sep 1920 in , Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 238 F i, Yvonne Ilene WHEELER was bom 1 7 Decl 937. 

+ 239 M ii. Terry Dean WHEELERwas bom 2 Sep 1942. 

240 M iii. Gary Jean WHEELER was bom 2 Sep 1 942 in , Story, Iowa. He died 1 942. 

Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

Gary Jean Wheeler and Terry Dean Wheeler were twins 
Gary Jean Wheeler died at 2 1/2 months old 

24 1 F iv. Sharon Kay WHEELER was bom 6 May 1 946 in Ft Dodge, Webster, Iowa. 

Doris Wheeler Johnson family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Sharon married Larry D WOLIN on 10 Jun 1961. 

242 M v. Rickey Lee WHEELER was bom 24 Oct 1 95 1 in Ft Dodge, Webster, lowa. 

243 M vi. Jeffrey Everett WHEELER was bom 24 Oct 1 957 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

1 18. Margaret lona WHEELER (George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 13 Jan 1916 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Records of Doris Dene Wheeler Johnson 

Records from Jeannie McVicker Wheeler 

Margaret lona Wheeler married twice: (1) Maurice Smith and (2) De Verne Holmes 

Margaret married (1 ) Maurice Edward SMITH on 1 1 Dec 1 937. Maurice was bom 1 5 Dec 1 908. 
They had the following children: 
+ 244 F i. Audrey SMITH was bom 28 Jun 1 939. 

245 M ii- Keith SMITH was bom 6 May 1 943 in Ft Dodge, Webster, Iowa. 

Doris Ilene Wheeler Johnson family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street Des Moines, Iowa 

Keith married Joyce MEYER on 18 Apr 1964. 

246 M iii. Kenneth SMITH was bom 19 Apr 1 945 in Ft Dodge, Webster, Iowa. 

Margaret also married (2) Donald De Verne HOLMES on 25 Jun 1955 in Ft Dodge, Webster, Iowa. 
Donald was bom 2 1 Jan 1919. 

They had the following children: 

247 M iv. Randy Lee HOLMES was bom 27 Nov 1 956 in Algona, Kossuth, Iowa. 

1 1 9. Doris Ilene WHEELER (George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 5 May 1 920 in Mackey, Boone, 

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Iowa. 

Family Histor>' compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 
Records of Doris Ilene Wheeler Johnson 
Records irom Jennie McVtcker Wheeler 

Doris married Willard Mathias JOHNSON. 
They had the following children: 

248 M i. Dwight Mathias JOHNSON was bom 24 Aug 1 942 in Ames, Story, Iowa. 

249 F ii. Karen Sue JOHNSON was bom 27 Jan 1 949 in JeweU, Hamilton, Iowa. 

121 . Edaa L KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 19 Mar 1908 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Edna married James TURNER, son of Allen TURNER and Carrie WOOLHIESER, on 28 May 1 927. 

They had the following children: 
+ 250 M i. Robert L TURNER was bom 9 Decl 927. 
+ 25 1 F ii. WUma A TURNER was bom 1 1 May 1 929. 

252 F iii. Norma Jean TURNER was bora 25 Aug 1 93 1 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. She died 

26 Aug 193 1 . Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

253 F iv. Lois TURNER was bom 1 1 Jul 1933 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Beulah Knight Hamilton 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lois Turner Haines and Paul Haines had NO CHILDREN 

Lois married Paul HAINES. 

254 F V. Mary TURNER was bom 5 Apr 1 935 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Beulah Kni^t Hamilton 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mary married Allen JACOBSON. 

255 M vi. James TURNER was bora 3 1 Mar 1 94 1 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

This marriage was reported at the Wheeler Family Reunion September 1965 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

James married Beverly BECKETT on 9 Jan 1965. 

122, Beulah G KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 14 Mar 1910 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Kni^t 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 



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Beulah married Merle HAMILTON, son of Amos A HAMILTON and Anna SORENSON, on 29 
Jan 1933 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

+ 256 M i. LeRoy Arthur HAMILTON was bom 12 Sep 1934. 

+ 257 F ii. JoAnnEIdora HAMILTON was bom 21 Apr 1938. 

124. Erma E KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Ehhu, Joseph) was bom 1 1 Nov 1916 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Kni^t 

Erma married Howard MADDEN on 20 Mar 1934 m Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 
+ 258 M i. Darrell MADDEN was bom 19 May 1941. 
+ 259 F ii. Karen Joyce MADDEN was bom 18 Dec 1942. 

125. Velma F KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 4 Oct 1919 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Vehna married James GARDNER, son of William GARDNER and Ruby May SMITH. 

They had the following children: 
+ 260 M i. Roger GARDNER was bom 19 Dec 1937. 
+ 261 M ii. Larry GARDNER was bom 30 Jull 941. 

126. Harold C KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 31 Oct 1922 m Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa- 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 E^t 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Kni^t 



Harold married Betty RUGGLES, daughter of Allen A RUGGLES and Lynn DEATON, on 5 Jan 
1951. 

They had the following children: 

262 M i. Dennis KNIGHT was bom 22 Dec 1 95 1 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

263 M ii. Edward AUen KNIGHT was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

127. Norman H KNIGHT (Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 13 Feb 1928 in Mackey, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Kni^t 



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Norman married Phyllis WILCOX, daughter of Roy R WILCOX and lona HOFFMAN. 
They had the following children: 

264 M i. David Dean KNIGHT was bom 9 Mar 1952 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

265 F ii. Cberyie KNIGHT was bom in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

128. Geneva Ruth WHEELER (Joseph Elisha, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 13 Jul 1913 in Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Liilie Toepfer Wheeler 



Geneva married Hilford S ATRE, son of Isaac S ATRE and Tillie OPPEDAHL, on 28 Feb 1 940. 
They had the following children: 
266 M i. Paul HSATRE was bom 26 Jun 1945. 

129. Elanor Irene WHEELER (Joseph Elisha, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 28 Jun 1914 in Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines. Iowa 
Family records of Liilie Toepfer Wheeler 



Elanor married Jonas JOHNSON, son of Tillie JACOBSON, on 27 Apr 1935. 
They had the following children: 
+ 267 F i. Janet J JOHNSON was bom 28 Dec 1935. 

268 M ii. LeRoy F JOHNSON was bom 20 Apr 1 940 in , Boone, Iowa. 

130. Leora Lilly WHEELER (Joseph Elisha, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 16 May 1916 in Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Liilie Toepfer Wheeler 



Leora married Oael THORSON on 19 Sep 1940. 
They had the following children: 

269 M i. Wayne C THORSON was bora 1 3 Aug 1 944. 

270 M ii. Daryl Onel THORSON was bom 22 Sep 1 952. 

131. Marion Wheeler SANDVIG (Mary Gertmde WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 4 Mar 1 91 3 in 



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Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Marion Wheeler Sandvig 



Marion married Ruby JOHNSON. 
They had the following children: 

271 M i. Gerald David SANDVIG was bom 2 Jun 1 936. 

272 M ii. Larry Gordon SANDVIG was bom 22 Aug 1942. 

133. MaxineEHaPETERSONCEllaFulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 18Jun 1916 in Gilbert. 
Story, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Family records of Viola Wheeler Nelson 

Maxine married Henry BROWN. The marriage ended in divorce. 

They had the following children: 
+ 273 F i. Nancy BROWN was bom 24 Mar 1 937. 

+ 274 M ii. Roger BROWN was bora 22 Aug 1940. 
275 F iii. Margaret BROWN was bom 1 Apr 1 945. 

134. Hazel Jeanette PETERSON (Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 5 Aug 1 91 7 in 
Gilbert, Story, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Hazel married Clifford HANSON. 

They had the following children: 
+ 276 F i. Patty HANSON was bom 26 May 1936. 

+ 277 F ii. Barbara HANSON was bom 6 Dec 1938. 

278 F iii, Dcane HANSON was bom 24 Oct 1 95 1 . 

135. Helen Lucille PETERSON (Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 18 May 1923 in 
Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Ella Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Helen married Fred PETERSON on 27 Jun 1942. 
They had the following children: 

279 F I Julie Ann PETERSON was bom 3 Apr 1 951. 

280 M ii. Larry PETERSON was bora 15 Jun 1954. 



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281 F iii. Susan PETERSON was bom 12 Jul 1955. 

282 M iv. Jerry PETERSON was bom 9 Sep 1956. 

1 37. Lois Deane PETERSON (Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 27 Apr 1 930 in Boone, 
Boone, Iowa. 

Ella Fulton Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lois married Robert PIKE on 27 Feb 1948 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

283 F i. Jaoet PIKE was bom 1 3 Aug 1 949. 

284 F ii. Sharon Lee PIKE was bom 3 1 Aug 1 952. 

285 F iii. Beverly PIKE was bom 10 Jun 1954. 

140. Florine May WHEELER (Jesse Jean, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 1 1 Dec 1924 m Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Florence Ostrand Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Florine married Lester WEIGALL on 8 Jan 1946 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

286 F i. Florine Annette WEIGALL was bom 1 Nov 1 946 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

287 M ii. Steven LeRoy WEIGALL was bom 21 Mar 1 948 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

288 F iii. Jeanine Kay WEIGALL was bom 1 8 Oct 1 949 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Jeanette Kay Weigall and Jeanine Kay Weigail were twins 

289 F iv. Jeanette Kay WEIGALL was bom 1 8 Oct 1 949 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Jeanette Kay Weigall and Jeanine Kay Weigall were twim 

290 F v. Linda Sue WEIGALL was bom 1 3 May 1 95 1 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

29 1 M vi. David WEIGALL was bora 20 Oct 1 956 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

292 F vii. Teresa Ann WEIGALL was bom 1 2 Oct 1 96 1 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

293 M viii. Max Andrew WEIGALL was bom 19 Dec 1962 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

141. Phyllis Jean WHEELER (Jesse Jean, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 1 Nov 1927 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of IHorencc Ostrand Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Phyllis married Donald SINGER on Jul 1949 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

294 F i. Pamela Jean SINGER was bom 1 Mar 1 95 1 in Waterioo, Black Hawk, Iowa. 

295 F ii. Julia Jean SINGER was bom 9 Mar 1 959 in Waterioo, Black Hawk, Iowa. 

142. John Frank WHEELER (John Andrew Burton, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 15 Sep 1922 in Story City, 



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Story, Iowa. 

Family records of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

John married Laura Rosemond HOMMER, daughter of Ernest HOMMER and Sylvia SANDERS, 
on 30 Dec 1940, 

They had the following children: 

+ 296 M i. John Franklin WHEELER was bom 30 Oct 1 94 1 . 

297 M ii. Roger LeRoy WHEELER was bom 23 Feb 1 942 in New Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

298 F iii. Laura Alvira WHEELER was bom 24 Feb 1945 in New Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

299 F iv. Linda Marie WHEELER was bom 4 Mar 1 947 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa. 

143. Elihu Allen WHEELER (John Andrew Burton, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 14 Aug 1925 in Story City, 
Story, Iowa. 

Family records of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Elihu married Wilma Laverna GARRISON, daughter of S WUbur GARRISON and Vera 
WICKETT,on20Febl943. 

They had the following children: 

300 F i. Cheryl Ann WHEELER was bom 1 3 Mar 1 944 in New Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

Family records of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Cheryl married Anthony TEEMS. 

301 F ii. Connie May WHEELER was bom 19 Jun 1945 in New Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

302 F iii. Norma Jean WHEELER was bom 1 5 Dec 1 946 in New Virginia, Wairen, Iowa. 

303 M iv. Wilbur Burton WHEELER was bom 24 Nov 1 948 in New Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

1 44. Madonna Wyone WHEELER (John Andrew Burton, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 22 Feb 1928 in Story 
City, Story, Iowa. 

Family recor{fe of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Madonna married MerriU LaVaughan TAYLOR, son of Frank TAYLOR and Izetta MCCLINTIC, 
on 11 May 1947. 

They had the following children: 

304 F i. Dianne LaVaughan TAYLOR was bom 4 Mar 1 948 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa. 

305 F ii. Joan Wyone TAYLOR was bom 3 Jan 1951 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa. She died 9 

Jan 1 95 1 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa. Because she di^ as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not nec^saiy. 

145. Ella Maudine WHEELER (John Andrew Burton, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 8 Apr 1935 in Story City, 
Story, Iowa. 



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Family records of MagoHa Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ella married James MILLER, son of John F MILLER and Oleta DAGGIT, on 27 Jan 1954 in New 
Virginia, Warren, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

306 M i. Lowell Allen MILLER was bom 2 Jun 1955 in , Warren, Iowa. 

3 07 M ii. Kevin MILLER was bom 1 2 Nov 1 956 in , Warren, Iowa. 

308 F iii. Jaaell Wyone MILLER was bom 23 Jun 1 958 in , Warren, Iowa. 

309 F iv. Tena LaRae MILLER was bom 1 4 May 1 960 in , Warren, Iowa. 

3 1 M V. Scott Franklin MILLER was bom 1 6 Oct 1 96 1 in , Warren, Iowa. 

146. Margaret Anne OFFICER (Pearl WHEELER, Levi, Joseph) was bom 5 Apr 1920 in Livingston, 
Park, Montana. 

Pearl Wheeler Officer family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, E>es Moines, Iowa 

Margaret married Howard W HICKS, son of Howard Bmce HICKS and Rita CORREA, in Denver, , 

Colorado. 

They had the following children: 

3 1 1 M i. Howard Randall HICKS was bom 12 Oct 1 947 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

California. 

3 12 M ii. Randall Bruce HICKS was bom 1 5 Jul 195 1 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

147. Richard Edward OFFICER (Pearl WHEELER, Levi, Joseph) was bom 1 Mar 1924 in Bozeman, 
Gallatin, Montana. He died 14 Jan 1962 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

Pearl Wheeler Officer family records 

Janet Smith Officer family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Ridiard was in Military Ser^•ice 44 months. 2nd Lt. U.S. Airforce from February 1942 - July 1945. Graduated 

from Denver University in 1949, School of Business Admim'stration 

Richard marri^ Janet Margaret SMITH, daughter of Ralph S SMITH and Margaret Marion 
SMITH, on 17 Aug 1950 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. Janet was bom 30 May 1926. 

They had the following children: 

3 1 3 F i. Judith Ann OFFICER was bom 1 6 Mar 1 952 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

3 1 4 M ii. Robert Samuel OFFICER was bom 2 1 Mar 1 956 in Greeley, Weld, Colorado. He 

died 21 Mar 1 956 in Greeley, Weld, Colorado. Because he died as a child, baptism 
and endowment are not necessary. 

Robert Samuel Officer died at birth 

148. Clarence Edward WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 3 May 1920 in Venice, Douglas, 
Nebraska, 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneraan 
Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 



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Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Clarence married Lois lone HENNEMAN on 3 Aug 1 942 in Winner, , South Dakota. 
They had the following children: 

3 1 5 M i. Jerry WHEELER was bom 1 943 in O'Neill, Holt, Nebraska. 

3 1 6 M ii. Robert WHEELER was bom 1 945 in O'Neill, Holt, Nebraska. 

3 1 7 M iii. Clarence WHEELER was bom 1 947 in Winner, , South Dakota. 

3 1 8 M iv. Darrel WHEELER was bom 1 949 in Winner, , South Dakota. 

3 1 9 F V. Karen Kay WHEELER was bom 1 95 1 in Winner, , South Dakota. 

320 M vi. Terry WHEELER was bom 1 952 in Winner, , South Dakota. 

150. Laura Myrtle WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 6 Aug 1924 in Venus, Knox, 
Nebraska, 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Laura married Howard HENNEMAN on 3 Jun 1943. 
They had the following children: 

32 1 F i. Laura Lee HENNEMAN was bom 5 Oct 1 944. 

322 M ii. Howard Francis HENNEMAN was bom 27 May 1 948. 

323 F iii. Connie Rae HENNEMAN was bom 2 Jan 1950, 

324 F iv. Carol Ann HENNEMAN was bom 17 May 1951. 

325 M V. David Eugene HENNEMAN was bom 6 Sep 1 960 in Gregory, , South Dakota, 

151 . Dorothy Marie WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 1 1 May 1926 in Venus, Knox, 
Nebraska. 

Family records of I^aura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Dorothy married Lavaine HINES on 28 Nov 1943. 
They had the following children: 

326 M i. Gary HINES was bora 1944 in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska. 

327 F ii. Anita HINES was bom May 1949 in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska. 

328 M iii. Alvon HINES was bom Jun 1952 in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska. 

1 53. Robert LeRoy WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 8 Sep 1 930 in Walnut, Knox, 
Nebraska. 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Robert married Frances RUCHAMP. 



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Robert and Frances had the following children: 

329 F i. Michaeleoe WHEELER was bom in Winner, , South Dakota. 

330 F ii. Catberine WHEELER was bom in Salina, Saline, Kansas, 

154. Jack WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 24 Aug 1932 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henncman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Jack married Dorotha MCCOLLUM on 21 Sep 1952. 
They had the following children: 

33 1 M i. Jack WHEELER was bom 3 Sep 1 953. 

155. Lucille Rose WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom Jun 1 934 in Wahiut, Knox, Nebraska. 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lucille married Alfred BURTSCHINGER on 1 8 Jun 1950. 
They had the following children: 

332 M i. Randall Wheeler BURTSCHINGER was bom 1 952 in Creighton, Knox, Nebraska. 

333 M ii. Timothy Louis BURTSCHINGER was bom 3 1 Oct 1 954 in Creighton, Knox, 

Nebraska. 

156. Marvella WHEELER (Albert, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 14 Jul 1935 in Wabut, Knox, Nebraska. 

Family records of Laura Wheeler Henneman 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Marvella married Dale BURTSCHINGER on Aug 1950 in Walnut, Knox, Nebraska. 
They had the following children: 

334 F i. AdellaBURTSCHINGERwas bom 1951. 

335 M ii. Dennis BURTSCHINGER was bom 1 952. 

157. Mildred Marie WHEELER (Samuel, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 19 Jun 1920 in Verdige, Knox, 

Nebraska- 
Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 
Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mildred marrioi Clarence MOSER. 
They had the following children: 

336 F i. Carolyn Ann MOSER was bom 2 Oct 1 949 in Plain view. Pierce, Nebraska. 

337 F ii. Delores Marie MOSER was bom 9 Jun 1953 in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska. 

338 M iii, Edward August MOSER was bom 22 Nov 1 955 in Creighton, Knox, Nebraska. 

158. Lawrence Alfred WHEELER (Samuel, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 20 Apr 1922 in Verdige, Knox, 



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Nebraska. 

Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lawrence married Bernice KORUS. 

They had the following children: 

339 M i. WiUiam Dale WHEELER was bom 1 4 Oct 1 948. 

340 F ii. Katharine Joan WHEELER was bom 1 Jul 1 952. 

34 1 M iii. Richard Allen WHEELER was bom 30 Aug 1 960. 

159. Elsie Ann WHEELER (Samuel, Adalbert, Joseph) was bom 21 Jun 1924 in Verdige, Knox, 
Nebraska. 

Family records of Mildred Wheeler Moser 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Elsie married Charles ROSE. 

They had the following children: 

342 M L Larry Ray ROSE was bom 25 Sep 1944. 

343 M ii. Thomas Joseph ROSE was bom 10 Nov 1 953. 



Fifth Generation 

165. Carol Ann LARSON (Doris Lee WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bora 
31 May 1942 in Ames, Boone, Iowa. 

Carrie Stoll Wheeler iamily records 

Carol Ann Larson Clayberg family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 29 Oct 1964 

Carol married Ronald CLAYBERG on 1964. 
They had the following children : 

344 M i. Joseph Howard CLAYBERG was bom 1 5 Jan 1 961 in Story City, Boone, Iowa. 

345 F ii. Regina Marie CLAYBERG was bom 2 May 1 962 in Story City, Boone, Iowa. 

346 M iii. Shawn Lee CLAYBERG was bom 1 Sep 1963 in Story City, Boone, Iowa. 

166. Vicky Lee LARSON (Doris Lee WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 19 
Jun 1 947 in Ames, Boone, Iowa. 

Carrie Stoll Wheeler family records 

Carol Ann Larson Clayberg family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4361 N.E. 34th Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 29 Oct 1964 

Vicky married Melvin HANNUSCH Junior, son of Melvin HANNUSCH, on 1964 in Ames, Boone, 
Iowa. 



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Melvin and Vicky had the following children: 

347 M i. Robert Alien HANNUSCH was bom 20 Mar 1964 in Story City, Boone, Iowa. 

167. Sandra Kay LARSON (Doris Lee WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 
1 5 Oct 1 948 in Am^, Boone, Iowa. 

Sandra married Varnie KINYON on 1964 in Ames, Boone, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

348 F i. Haley Jean KINYON was bom 8 Aug 1964 in Story City, Boone, Iowa, 

175. Joan DeO GRASSO (Edna ALLEN, Ehnira Isabelle WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) was bom 
8 Dec 1941 in Stanhope, Hamilton, Iowa. 

Mrs. Edna Allen Grasso family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 10 Nov 1964 

Joan married Richard HICKS, son of Dale HICKS and Irma, on 8 Jan 1961 . 
They had the followmg children: 

349 F i. Sheryl Lynn HICKS was bom 8 Feb 1962 m Iowa City, Johnson, Iowa. 

350 F ii. Diann Patricia HICKS was bom 1 3 Feb 1 964 in Littleton, Arapahoe, Colorado. 

180. Kenneth Marvin ROSS (Marvin Irv'm ROSS, Mary Agnes WHEELER, Joseph Franklin, Joseph) 
was bom 17 Sep 1935 in Ogden, Boone, Iowa. 

Mamie Wheeler Ross femily records 

Lillian Cutler Ross femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 13 Jan 1965 

Kenneth married Wilma Rose YOUNG. 

They had the following children: 

35 1 M i. Kevin Alan ROSS was bora 1 9 Jan 1 962 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 

190. Evelyn Norma FARRINGTON (June Madeline SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) 
was bom 5 Aug 1932 in Chester, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Evelyn married Reuben Thomas RYDER, son of Reuben Thomas RYDER and Lucy, on 25 Jun 
1950. 

They had the following children: 

352 M i. Reuben Dennie RYDER was bora 1 2 Dec 1 950 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

353 F ii. Sherry Lynn RYDER was bom 26 Dec 1 953 in Lincoto, Penobscot, Mame. 

3 54 M iii. Collin Joseph RYDER was bom 1 Nov 1 957 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine, 

191. Clara Jean FARRINGTON (June Madeline SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was 



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bom 2 Aug 1937 in Chester, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 



Clara married Francis SMITH. 

They had the following children: 

355 F i. Toni Louise SMITH was bom 1 1 Nov 1 960 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

356 M ii. Franky SMITH was bom 1962. 

192. Ehvood Harold FARRINGTON (June Madeline SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) 
was bom 13 Oct 1943 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Dec 1962 

Elwood married Beulah. 

They had the following children: 

357 F i. Angela FARRINGTON was bom 10 Jul 1 962 in Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

358 F ii. Michelle FARRINGTON, 

359 M iii. Elwood Harold FARRINGTON was bom 1 9 Feb 1 967 in Lincoln, Penobscot, 

Maine. 

194. Robert Donald PINETTE (Flora Delia SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 
12 Dec 1932 in Millinocket, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Dec 1962 

Robert married Rebecca KNIGHTS. 

They had the following children: 

360 F i. Roberta PINETTE was bora 31 Jan 1957. 

Roberta and Barbara are twins 

361 F ii. Barbara PINETTE was bom 31 Jan 1957. 

1 95. Carolyn Jean PINETTE (Flora Delia SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 1 7 
Oct 1935 in Millinocket, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Dec 1962 



Carolyn married Clyde FOLSOM. 

Clyde Folsom was in the service at Miami, Florida when Edmund Robert Folsom was bom, he now lives at 



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Houlton, Maine. 

Clyde and Carolyn had the following children: 
362 M i. Edmund Robert FOLSOM was bom 1 1 Dec 1 955 in Miami, Dade, Florida. 

196. Judith Ann PINETTE (Flora Delia SAVAGE, Clara WHEELER, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 4 
May 1 939 in Millinocket, Penobscot, Maine. 

June Savage Farrington femily records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 20 Dec 1962 



Judith married WUhelm PELLETIER. 

They had the following children: 
363 F i, Kim Marie PELLETIER was bom 1 2 Dec 1 957. 

199. Robert C NUTE (Doris M WHEELER, Clarence, Augustus, Joseph) was bom 6 Mar 1 939 in North 
Lincoln, Penobscot, Maine. 

Robert Clarence Nute Family records 

Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 3 1 Dec 1961 



Robert married Melanie Barbara Lucy ZIMMERMAN, daughter of Gustav ZIMMERMAN and 
Gertmd Margarete KJara ZIMMERNAN, on i 1 Apr 1960. Melanie was bom 10 Apr 1939 in East 
Stetin, East Germany. 

They had the following children: 

364 M i. 01afZIMMERMANwasbom9Novl958. 

Olaf Zimmerman was a stepson to Robert C. Nute and Melanie Barbara Lucy Zimmerman 

365 F ii. Susanne Margarete Jean NUTE was bora 6 Nov 1960. 

366 M iii. Frank Thomas NUTE was bom 24 Sep 1 962. 

2n. Charles BARGER (Mary Augusta HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom 2 Sep 1920 in , Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Charies married Velma VAN HORN on 20 Jun 1942. 
They had the following children: 

367 F i. Karen Ann BARGER was bom 20 May 1952 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

212, Mary Louise BARGER (Mary Augusta HAYES, Ebnira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, 
Joseph) was bom 26 Apr 1925 in , Boone, Iowa. 

Mary married Charles Jay NELSON, son of Lottie, on 19 Jul 1949. 

They had the following children: 

368 M i. Jay La Verne NELSON was bom 1 Feb 1950 m Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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369 M ii. Donald Paul NELSON was bom 8 Jul 1 953 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa. 

213. Darlene Rose BARGER (Mary Augusta HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, 
Joseph) was bom 4 Oct 1930 in , Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Hayes Barger 

Compiled by Ada >^'heeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Darlene married Lester L ECKLEY on 30 Sep 1947 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

370 M i. Mason Eugene ECKLEY was bom in Sunland, , California. 

Darlene Rose and Lester L. Eckley were living at 1061 1 Roderia Avenue, Sunland, California 

214. Richard HAYES (Hugh Eugene HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Richard married Dorothy HUNTING on 6 Jul 1942. 

They had the following children: 

371 M i. Richard HAYES was bom in San Jose, Santa Clara, Califomia. 

372 M ii. Ronald Terence HAYES was bom in San Jose, Santa Clara, Califomia. 

215. Lorraine HAYES (Hugh Eugene HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Family retx>rds of Hugh Eugene Hayes 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Lorraine married Percy D JOHNSON. 

They had the following children: 

373 M i. Duane L JOHNSON was bom 24 Jul 1 940 in , , Illinois. 

374 F ii. Sharon E JOHNSON was bom 29 Feb 1 944 in , , Illinois. 

216. Eugene HAYES (Hugh Eugene HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Family records of Hugh Eugene Hayes 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Eugene married Dorothy FRAKES. 
They had the followmg children: 

375 F i. Joyce Ann HAYES was bom in Bondurant, Polk, Iowa, 

376 M ii. Rodney HAYES was bom in Bondurant, Polk, Iowa. 

219. Irene CLARK (Nellie Gertmde HAYES, Elmira Jane GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom 22 Dec 1931 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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Family records of Mary Augusta Hayes Barger 

Nellie Gertrude Hayes Clark femily records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Irene married Frank CLAYTON. 
They had the following children: 

377 M i. Rickey Lee CLAYTON was bom 12 Nov 1 952 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

378 F ii. Jacqueline Sue CLAYTON was bom 1 May 1954. 

222. Donald Kent HOUSEMAN (Vava Louise GILTNER, Dorothy Elizabeth GATES, Augusta Ann 
WHEELER, Joseph) was bom 12 May 1939 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Vava Louise Giltner Houseman records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Donald married Jacqueline MORAN on 20 Nov 1960. 
They had the following children: 

379 M i. Jeffrey Albert HOUSEMAN was bora 29 May 1 962 in Inglewood, Los Angeles, 

California. 

223. Donna Lee SCHULTZ (Lavona Lucille GILTNER, Dorothy Elizabeth GATES, Augusta Ann 
WHEELER, Joseph) was bora 30 Nov 1932 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Vava I^iiise Giltner Houseman records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Donna married Dale Leighton SMILER, son of Morris SMILER and Hazel SCHLITTER, on 19 Jun 
1954 in Minneapolis, , Minnesota. Dale was bom 21 Feb 1931 in Minneapolis, , Minnesota. 

They had the following children: 

380 F i. Jodi Rae SMILER was bom 20 Nov 1 955 in Minneapolis, , Minnesota. 

381 F ii. Jill Marie SMILER was bom 16 Apr 1957 in Minneapolis, , Minnesota. 

382 M iii. James Kent SMILER was bom 9 Apr 1961 in Minneapolis, , Minnesota. 

224. JoAnn GATES (George August GATES, Joseph Abel GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom 12 Jun 1929 in Earlsboro, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma. 

Records of Mae Gates Spriggs 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Jo Ann married Mason COLLINS Junior, son of Mason Lynn COLLINS and Nellie Mae BENNETT, 
in Rogers, , Arkansas. 

They had the following children: 

383 M L George Michael COLLINS was bom Jul 1949 in Rogers, , Arkansas. 

384 F ii. JoLynn COLLINS was bora 5 Feb 1 952 in Rogers, , Arkansas. 

385 M iii. Timothy Allen COLLINS was bom 24 Feb 1953 in Rogers, , Arkansas. 

225. Donna Dean SPRIGGS (Mae Lillian GATES, Joseph Abel GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, 
Joseph) was bom 5 Jan 1932 in Denver, Denver, Colorado. 

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Records of Mae Gates Spriggs 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Donna married Harry Kenneth HESS, son of Meiritt C HESS and Myrtle Blanche LIMBER, on 2 
Sep 1 95 1 in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas. 

They had the following children: 

386 M i. David Kenneth HESS was bom 19 Jan 1 953 in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas. 

387 F ii. Lillian Jeanette HESS was bom 4 May 1 954 in Daytona Beach, , Florida. 

226. Roger Edwin BAKER (Byron M BAKER, Ulah Myrtle GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom 16 Mar 1926. 

Recxjfds of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Roger married Kay WOODFINE. 

They had the following children: 

388 F i. Diane Lynne BAKER. 

389 M ii. Roger Edwin BAKER 

227. Byron M BAKER Junior (Byron M BAKER, Ulah Myrtle GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, 
Joseph). 

Records of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Byron married Dorothy on 28 Dec 1951 . 
They had the following children: 

390 M i. Michael Byron BAKER was bom 8 Sep 1 952. 

39 1 M ii. David Edwin BAKER was bom 8 Apr 1 954. 

228. Betty Jean GRAY (Eula Vemiece BAKER, Ulah Myrtle GATES, Augusta Ann WHEELER, Joseph) 
was bom 1 Dec 1926 in Lenox, Taylor, Iowa. 

Records of Ulah Myrtle Gates Baker 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Betty married Charles SEAMER 
They had the following children: 

392 M i. Robert SEAMER. 

393 M ii. Larry SEAMER. 

230. Lowell Eugene THOMPSON (Arvilla Roxie NELSON, Viola Blanche WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) 
was bom 19 Feb 1941 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - Dec 1964 

Records from Arvilla Nelson Thompson 

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Lowell married (1) Joyce Lynette HAYNES, daughter of Madge, on 4 Jun 1960. The marriage ended 
in divorce. 

Lowell also married (2) Donna Diike CZARNICK, daughter of Charles Sterling DUKE and Florence 
Mae FISK, on 21 Dec 1963. Donna was bom 2 Feb 1944. 

Donna Duke was married to husband (1) Edward Victor Czamick and had a son, Edward Victor Czamick, Jr., 
bom 16 Oct 1961 

Lowell and Donna had the following children: 

394 F i. Roxanne Dawn THOMPSON was bom 28 Dec 1 964 in West Des Moines, Polk, 

Iowa. 

234. Gordon WHEELER (Kenneth John, George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 20 Jun 1939 in Story 
City, Story, Iowa. 

Doris Dene Wheeler Johnson family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 10 Nov 1964 

Gordon married Karen HAND. 
They had the following children: 

395 F i. Lisa Micheale WHEELER was bom 6 Jun 1 963 in , , California. 

235. Duane LeRoy WHEELER (Kenneth John, George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 28 Aug 1940 in 
Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Mrs. George Wheeler family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 15 Dec 1962 

Duane married Shirley TEGELS, daughter of Leonard TEGELS and Lillian Ida KRUCKENBERG, 
on 22 Sep 1 962 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

396 M i. Dan Allen WHEELER was bom 6 Aug 1 963 in Story City, Story, Iowa. 

238. Yvonne Ilene WHEELER (Everett Wilford, George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 17 Dec 1937 in 
Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Doris Wheeler Johnson femily records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 Nov 1964 

Yvomie married Edward Eagene SNOWGREN. Edward was bom 12 Jul 1927 in Boone, Boone, 
Iowa. 

They had the following children: 

397 M i. Steven Edward SNOWGREN was bom 1 5 Mar 1 956 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
ii. Linda Diane SNOWGREN was bom 27 Apr 1957 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 

iii. Vicki Lynn SNOWGREN was bora 15 Jul I960 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
iv. Rodney Craig SNOWGREN was bom 3 1 Oct 1 96 1 m Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
v. Shelley Ranee SNOWGREN was bora 1 Jun 1963 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 
vi. Vincent LeRoy SNOWGREN was bom 15 Jul 1964 in Torrance, Los Angeles, 



398 F 


399 F i 


400 M i 


401 F 


402 M ^ 


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California. 

239. Terry Dean WHEELER (Everett Wilford, George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 2 Sep 1 942 in 
Story City, Story, Iowa. 

Gary Jean Wheeler and Terry Dean Wheeler were twins 

Gary Jean Wheeler died at 2 1/2 months old 

Doris Wheeler Johnson family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 19 Nov 1964 

Terry married Donna HOLDER on 1 Aug 1 963. Donna was bom 2 Jun 1 939. 
They had the following children: 

403 M i. Eldon Everett WHEELER was bom 7 Nov 1 964. 

244. Audrey SMITH (Margaret lona WHEELER, George Albert, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 28 Jun 1 939 in 
Ft Dodge, Webster, Iowa. 

Jeannie McVicker Wheeler family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Audrey married Raymond Francis GALES on 16 Jul 1957. Raymond was bom 26 Oct 1930. 
They had the following children: 

404 M i. Michael Ray GALES was bom 8 May 1959 in Algona, Kossuth, Iowa. 

250. Robert L TURNER (Edna L KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 9 Dec 
1 927 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight 

Compiled by i^la Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Robert married Mary HAYES, daughter of Isaac H HAYES and Catherine WARD. 
They had the following children: 

405 F i. Karen Marie TURNER was bom 2 Mar 1 95 1 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, 

406 M ii. Daniel Robert TURNER was bom 24 May 1 953 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

407 M iii. Henry Allen TURNER was bom 26 Dec 1 958 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

251. Wilma A TURNER (Edna L KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 1 1 May 
1929 in Mackey, Boone, Iowa. 

Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Wihtia married Kermit MISKELL, son of Albert MISKELL and Emma BALDUS. 
They had the following children: 

408 M i. Kenneth MISKELL was bom 29 Jun 1 950 in , Story, Iowa. 

409 F ii. Karen MISKELL was bom 2 Mar 1 953 in , Story, Iowa, 

410 M iii. Kevin James MISKELL was bom 10 Nov 1958 in , Story, Iowa. 



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256. LeRoy Arthur HAMILTON (Beulah G KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was 
bom 12 Sep 1934 in , Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa - 15 Sep 1964 

LeRoy married Joaa LOGSDON on 24 Jul! 955. 
They had the following children: 

411 M i. Scott Arthur HAMILTON was bom 30 Jun 1960. 

412 F ii. Debra HAMILTON. 

257. JoAnn Eldora HAMILTON (Beulah G KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was 
bora 21 Apr 1938 in , Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa ~ 15 Sep 1964 
Family records of Beulah Knight Hamilton 

JoAnn married Richard HARVEY on 4 Nov 1956. 
They had the following children: 

413 M l Christopher HARVEY. 

414 F ii. Robbin Lynn HARVEY was bom 28 Aug 1 965 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

258. Darrell MADDEN (Erma E KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 19 May 

1941. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Hattie Eldora Wheeler Knight 

Darrell married Phyllis WESTBERG, daughter of Augustof WESTBERG and Edith E STUMBO, on 
Jun 1954. 

They had the following children: 

4 1 5 M i. Michael Darrell MADDEN was bom 27 Jan 1 958 in Ames, Story, Iowa. 

416 F ii. Susan Karen MADDEN was bom 19 Dec 1960 in Am^, Story, Iowa, 

259. Karen Joyce MADDEN (Erma E KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 1 8 
Dec 1942. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Str^t, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family rccord.s of Beulah Knight Hamilton 

Karen married Fioyd MICKEL on 1 1 Feb 1 961 . 
They had the following children: 

417 M i. Jeffrey Allen MICKEL was bom 28 Sep 1962. 

260. Roger GARDNER (Velma F KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bora 1 9 Dec 
1937 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 



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Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
-15 Sep 1964 



Roger married Dorothy HARDER. 
They had the following children: 

4 1 8 F i. Debra Kay GARDNER was bom 1 7 Aug 1 958. 

419 M ii. Roger GARDNER. 

261 . Larry GARDNER (Velma F KNIGHT, Hattie Eldora WHEELER, Elihu. Joseph) was bom 30 Jul 
1941 in Boone, Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

-12 Nov 1964 

Family records of Beulah Knight Hamilton 

Larry married Dorothy KNESAEL. 
They had the following children: 

420 M i. Rickey GARDNER 

421 M ii. James GARDNER 

422 F iii. Micheala Lynn GARDNER 

267. Janet J JOHNSON (Elanor Irene WHEELER, Joseph Elisha, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 28 Dec 1935 
in , Boone, Iowa. 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
Family records of Lillie Toepfer Wheeler 



Janet married Arnold SORENSON on 4 Mar 1956. 
They had the following children: 

423 M I Terry Clifford SORENSON was bom 9 Aug 1 958. 

424 F ii. Kathy SORENSON was bom May 1961. 

273. Nancy BROWN (Maxine Ella PETERSON, Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 24 
Mar 1937. 

Ella Wheeler Peterson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Nancy married Robert LANDLOT on 17 Sep 1 956 in Ames, Story, Iowa. 
They had the following children: 

425 M i. Jeffrey Owen LANDLOT was bom 5 Jan 1 959. 

426 M ii. George LANDLOT was bom 27 Apr 1957. 



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427 F iii. Christine LANDLOT was bom 2 May 1 960. 

428 M iv. Timmy LANDLOT was bom 2 Jan 1 962. 

429 M V. KeUy LANDLOT was bom 29 Jan 1963. 

274, Roger BROWN (Maxine Ella PETERSON, Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 22 
Aug 1940. 

Maxine Peterson Brown Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Roger married Betty SYDNES on 8 Oct 1959. 
They had the following children: 

430 M i. Jimmy BROWN was bom 9 May 1960. 

43 1 M ii. Michael BROWN was bom 1 7 Jun 1 962. 

276. Pattj' HANSON (Hazel Jeanette PETERSON, Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 26 
May 1936. 

Hazel Jeanette Hanson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Patty married Bud PETERSON on 18 Oct 1958. 
They had the following children: 

432 M i. Troy PETERSON was bom 12 Oct 1960. 

433 M ii. Ty PETERSON was bom 28 Jan 1962. 

277. Barbara HANSON (Hazel Jeanette PETERSON, Ella Fulton WHEELER, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 6 
Dec 1938. 

Hazel Jeanette Hanson Family Records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Barbara married Scott KELLER on 29 Aug 1959. 
They had the following children: 

434 M i. Kimberly Scott KELLER was bom 1 7 Apr 1 96 1 . 

435 M ii. Bradley Scott KELLER was bom 23 Nov 1 962. 

296. John Franklio WHEELER (John Frank, John Andrew Burton, Elihu, Joseph) was bom 30 Oct 
1941 in Buena Vista, , California. 

Family records of Mra. John F. Wheeler 

Family records of Magolia Baker Wheeler 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

- 15 Sep 1964 

John married Rita LINDGREN. 
They had the following children: 

436 M i. John WHEELER. 



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Index 



Name 



ID Page 



Name 



ID Page 



,AIma I32S 

, Amiie IIS 

,Beulah 192S 

, Dorothy 227S 

ALGUIRE, Clarice 71S 

ALLEN, Barbara Jean(b. 1 954) . . 179 

ALLEN, Bessie(b.l913) 63 

ALLEN, Charles(b. 1878) 17S 

ALLEN, Charles(b. 1927) 68 

ALLEN, Edna(b.l919) 66 

ALLEN, Faye(b.l916) 64 

ALLEN, Fern Georgia(b.l916) ... 65 

ALLEN, Gladys(b. 1922) 67 

ALLEN, Ruby(b.l911) 62 

APPLEBEE,Andrew(b.l885) 75 

APPLEBEE,Ivan(b.l884) 74 

APPLEBEE,Marjorie(b.l892) 76 

APPLEBEE, Winfield S 25S 

BAKER, Byron M(b. 1904) 109 

BAKER, Byron M Junior 227 



BAKER, David Edwin(b.l954) 

BAKER, Diane Lynne 

BAKER, Edwin(b. 1874) 

BAKER, Eula Vemiece(b.l907) 

BAKER, James Perry(b. 19 13) . 

BAKER, Magolia May 

BAKER, Michael Byron(b,1952) 
BAKER, Roger Edwin(b.l 926) 

BAKER, Roger Edwin 

BAKER, Ronald Gates(b.l916) 

BALDWIN, Robert 

B.ALDWIN,Robert(b.l947) .. 
BALDWIN, William(bJ950) . 
B ARGER, Charles(b. 1 920) . . 



391 
388 

34S 

no 

111 
45S 
390 
226 

389 
112 
60S 
163 
164 
211 



BARGER,DarleneRose(b.l930) . 213 



BARGER^ Henry Floyd .... 
BARGER, Karen Ann(b.l952) 



31S 
367 



16 

1 

40 

44 

21 

20 

7 

7 

8 

20 

8 

20 

7 

19 

7 

8 

20 

7 

19 

9 

9 

9 

9 

13 

26 

27 

44 

44 

44 

13 

13 

27 

13 

17 

44 

27 

44 

44 

13 

19 

19 

19 

25 

41 

25 

42 

12 

41 



BARGER, Mary Louise(b. 1925) . 212 



BARGER, Will(A1946) . 

BARNEY, John 

BARNEY, John 

BARNEY, Patricia 

BECKETT, Beverly 

BELL, Cathy Ann 

BERRY, Llewellyn(d.l955) 



BERRY, Marigean 

BERRY, Patricia Myrta 

BERRY, Percy 

BLAKE, Augusta Elsena(b. 1871) 

BLAKE, Elizabeth(b. 1878) 

BLAKE, Lleweliyn(b. 1845) . . . 

BLAKE, Louella(b. 1869) 

BLAKE, Minnie Ethel(b. 1 882) . 



25 

41 

94S 24 

88S 23 

204 23 

203 23 

255S 29 

185S 21 

71 8 

21 

68S 20 

187 22 

22S 

20 

21 

3S 

19 

23 



BLAKE, Myrta Mae(b.l 879) 22 



BLAKE, Vema Lillian(b.l884) 

BORG, Edith 

BRILEY, Elvira Fulton(b.l865) 

BROWN, Delman 

BROWN,Henry 

BROWN, Jimmy(b. 1960) . . , 
BROWN, Margaret(b. 1945) .. 
BROWN, Michael(b. 1962) . . . 
BROWN, Nancy(b. 1937) 



8 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

8 

3 

8 

24 3 

96S 25 

7S 4 

53S 6 

133S 32 

430 49 



275 
431 
273 



BROWN, Roger(b. 1940) 274 



BURTSCHINGER, Adella(b. 1951) 

BURTSCHINGER, Alfred 

BURTSCHINGER, Dale 

BURTSCHINGER, Dennis(b.l952) 
BURTSCHINGER, RW(b. 1952) . 
BURTSCHINGER, T Louis(b.l954) 

CLARK, Charles F 

CLARK,Diana(b.I937) 

CLARK, Donna(b. 1934) 

CLARK, Irene(b. 1931) 



49 
32 
48 

32 
49 

334 37 
155S 37 
156S 37 

335 37 

332 37 

333 37 
97S 25 

221 26 



CLAYBERG, Joseph H(b. 1 96 1 ) . 
CLAYBERG, Regina Marie(b.l962) 

CLAYBERG, Ronald 

CLAYBERG, Shawn Lee(b.l963) 



220 
219 

344 
345 



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25 
42 
38 
38 

165S 38 
346 38 

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Name _____ _„„ 

CLAYTON, Frank 

CLAYTON, Jacqueline Sue(b.I954) 
CLAYTON, Rickey Lee(b. 1 952) . 
COLLINS, George Michael(b.l949) 
COLLINS, JoLynn(b. 1952) . . . . 

COLLINS, Mason Junior 

COLLINS, Timothy Allen(b.l953) 

COWAN, Tot 

CRJM, Herbert 

CUTLER, Lillian 

C2ARNICK, Donna Duke(b.l944) 

DE LA CRUZ, Alfred 

DEE, Roger 

DOW,Baby(b.l916) 

DOW,Baby(b.l916) 

DOW, Harold C(b, 1864) 

EAST, William 

ECKLEY, Lester L 

ECKLEY, Mason Eugene 

EYESTONE, Richard D(b.l940) . 
EYESTONE, Wilbur A(b.l938) .. 

EYESTONE, Wilbur G 

HARRINGTON, Albert D 

FARRJNGTON, Angela(b. 1962) . 
FARRINGTON, Clara Jean(b. 1937) 

FARRJNGTON, Elwood H(b.l943) 

FARRINGTON, Elwood H(b.l967) 
FARRJNGTON, Evelyn N(b. 1932) 

FARRJNGTON, Michelle 

FISHER, Merton E 

FOLSOM, Clyde 

FOLSOM, Edmund Robert(b.l955) 

FRAKES, Dorothy 

GALES, Michael Ray(b. 1959) ... 
GALES, Raymond Francis(b.l930) 

GARDNER, Alvina 

GARDNER, Debra Kay(b. 1958) . 

GARDNER, James 

GARDNER, James 

GARDNER, LarTy(b.l941) 

GARDNER, Micheala Lynn 

GARDNER, Rickey 

GARDNER, Roger(b.l937) 

GARDNER, Roger 

GARRISON, WilmaLavema . . . 
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GATES, Mae Lillian(b.l907) 
GATES, Ulah Myrtle(b.l883) 



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GILTNER, Jessie Inez(b.l913) . . 

GILTNER, John P(b.l873) 

GILTNER, Lavona Lucille(b.l907) 



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GRASSO, Ivan(b.l914) 66S 

GRASSO, Joan Dell(b. 1941) ... 175 

GRAY, Betty Jean(b. 1926) 228 

GRAY, Francis Moulton(b. 1929) . 229 

GRAY,Moulton IIOS 

GUIDICESSI, Frieda Mae 229S 

HAINES, Paul 253S 

HAMILTON, Debra 412 

HAMILTON, JoAnnEldora(b.l938) 257 

HAMILTON, LeRoy Arthur(b. 1 934) 256 



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HAMILTON, Scott Arthur(b. 1 960) 
HAND, Karen 

HANNUSCH, Melvin Junior 

HANNUSCH, Robert Allen(b. 1964) 
HANSON, Barbara(b.l938) 



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HARVEY, Christopher 413 

HARVEY, Richard 257S 

HARVEY, RobbinLynn(b. 1965) . 414 
HAYES, Charles Edward(b.l 907) . . 98 

HAYES, Charles Elmer 318 

HAYES, Eugene 216 

HAYES, Frances 217 

HAYES, George W(b. 1898) 95 

HAYES, Hugh Eugene(b. 1900) ... 96 

HAYES, Joyce Ann 375 

HAYES, Kenneth G(b.l913) 101 

HAYES, Lorraine 215 

HAYES, MableM(b. 1911) 100 

HAYES, Maggie lOS 

HAYES, Marie 99 

HAYES, Mary 250S 

HAYES, Mary Augusta(b.l 896) .. . 94 

HAYES, Nellie Gertrude(b. 1904) .. 97 

HAYES, Patty 218 

HAYES, Richard 214 

HAYES, Richard 371 

HAYES, Rodney 376 

HAYES, Ronald Terence 372 

HAYNES, Joyce Lynette ...... 230S 

HENNEMAN, Carol Ann(b. 1 95 1 ) 324 

HENNEMAN, Connie Rae(b. 1 950) 323 

HENNEMAN, David E(b. 1960) .. 325 

HENNEMAN, Howard 150S 

HENNEMAN, Howard F(b. 1948) . 322 

HENNEMAN, Laura Lee(b. 1944) . 321 

HENTsfEMAN, Lois lone 148S 

HESS, David Kenneth(b.l953) . . 386 

HESS, Harry Kenneth 225S 

HESS, Lillian Jeanette(b. 1954) .. 387 

HICKS, DiannPatricia(b.l964) .. 350 

HICKS, Howard Randall(b.l947) . 311 

HICKS, Howard W 146S 

HICKS, Randall Bruce(b.l951) .. 312 

HICKS, Richard 175S 

HICKS, Sheiyl Lynn(b.l962) ... 349 

HINES,A!von(b.l952) 328 

HINES,Anita(b.l949) 327 

HINES,Gary(b.l944) 326 

HINES, Lavaine 1518 

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HOLDER, Donna(b. 1939) 2398 

HOLMES, Donald DeVeme(b. 191 9) 118S 

HOLMES, Randy Lee(b. 1956) ... 247 

HOMMER, Laura Rosemond ... 142S 

HORTON, Laura Elizabeth(b. 1854) 8S 

HOUCHIN, Dale 220S 

HOUSEMAN, Albert W 103S 

HOUSEMAN, Donald Kent(b. 1 939) 222 

HOUSEMAN, Jeffrey A(b. 1962) . 379 

HUNTING, Dorothy 214S 

HUNTING, Elva 968 

HUNTING, Marion lOlS 

JACOBSON, Allen 254S 

JEROME, Minnie Carmony .... 1058 

JOHNSON, DuaneL(b. 1940) ... 373 

JOHNSON, DwightM(b. 1942) .. 248 

JOHNSON, Hazelle 132S 

JOHNSON, Janet J(b.l935) .... 267 

JOHNSON, Jonas 1298 

JOHNSON, Karen Sue(b. 1949) .. 249 

JOHNSON, LeRoyF(b. 1940) ... 268 

JOHNSON, Percy D 215S 

JOHNSON, Ruby 131S 

JOHNSON, Sharon E(b. 1944) ... 374 

JOHNSON, Willard Mathias 119S 

JONES, Ruth K 1138 

KELLER, Bradley Scott(b. 1 962) . 435 

KELLER, Kimberly 8cott(b. 1 96 1 ) 434 

KELLER, Scott 2778 

KELLY, Annie May 75S 

KESSLER, Bemice 105S 

KILLINGS WORTH, L(b. 1945) .. 189 

KILLINGSWORTH,MelvinW ... 738 

KILLINGS WORTH, M W(b. 1 940) 1 88 

KINYON, Haley Jean(b. 1964) ... 348 

KINYON, Vamie 1678 

KLYNG,KarI(b.l913) 63S 

KNESAEL, Dorothy 2618 

KNIGHT, Albert G(b. 1906) 120 

KNIGHT, BeulahG(b.l910) 122 

KNIGHT, Cheryle . 265 

KNIGHT, David Dean(b. 1952) . . 264 

KNIGHT, Dennis(b. 1951) 262 

KNIGHT, Edna L(b. 1908) 121 

KNIGHT, Edward Allen 263 

KNIGHT, EmmettE(b.l913) ... 123 

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KNIGHT, George Edward . 
KNIGHT, Harold C(b.l922) 

KNIGHT, Norman H(b.l928) 

KNIGHT, VelmaF(b.l919) 



KNIGHTS, Clara E(b. 1854) 

KNIGHTS, Rebecca 

KORUS,Bemice 

KULLMAN,MimiieMae 

LANCASTER, EImira(b.l824) . . 
LANCASTER, Lucia A(b. 1 853) . 
LANDLOT,Christine(b.l960) . . . 
LANDLOT,George(b.l957) . . . . 
LANDLOT, Jeffrey Owen(b.l959) 

LANDLOT,KeIly(b.I963) 

LANDLOT, Robert 

LANDLOT, Timmy(b.l962) 

LANE, Sarah F(b.l 857) 

LARSON, Carol Ann(b. 1942) ... 

LARSON, Frank R 

LARSON, Sandra Kay(b.l948) . . 

LARSON, Terry(b. 1952) 

LARSON, Vicky Lee(b. 1947) ... 

LATTIMORE, Robert G 

LINDGREN, Rita 

LINGREN, Albert 

LINGREN,Dagmar(b.l916) 

LINGREN, Oliver Blake(b. 1 905) . 
LIVINGSTON, Benjamin(b.l848) 

LOGSDON, Joan 

LOWE, Harold 

LOWE, Marilyn(b. 1945) 

LUCK,Vem 

MADDEN, Darrell(b.l941) 

MADDEN, Howard 

MADDEN, Karen Joyce(b. 1 942) . 

MADDEN, Michael Darrell(b.l958) 
MADDEN, Susan Karen(b. 1960) . 

MADSEN,Bertha(d.l955) 

MASON, 

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124 30 MCCLAIN, Rufiis 26S 9 

39S 14 MCCLAIN, Vaughn(b.l 896) 77 9 

126 15 MCCOLLUM, Dorotha 154S 37 

30 MCVICKER, Jeannie 38S 14 

127 15 MEAD, Jemma Al 74S 9 

30 MEYER, Joyce 245S 28 

125 15 MICKEL, Floyd 259S 47 

30 MICKEL, Jeffrey Allen(b.l962) . . 417 47 

4S 3 MILLER, Emory Anthony(b. 1889) . 49S 5 

194S 40 MILLER, James 145S 35 

158S 38 MILLER, JanellWyone(b.l958) . 308 35 

33S 13 MILLER, Kevin(b. 1956) 307 35 

IS 1 MILLER, Lowell Allen(b. 1955) .. 306 35 

4S 3 MILLER, Scott Franklin(b.l961) . 310 35 

427 49 MILLER, TenaLaRae(b. 1960) .. 309 35 

426 48 MISKELL,Karen(b.l953) 409 46 

425 48 MISKELL,Kenneth(b,1950) 408 46 

429 49 MISKELL, Kermit 251S 46 

273S 48 MISKELL, Kevin James(b.l958) . 410 46 

428 49 MORAN, Jacqueline 222S 43 

5S 3 MOSER, Carolyn Ann(b.l 949) .. 336 37 

165 19 MOSER, Clarence 157S 37 

38 MOSER, DeloresMarie(b. 1953) . 337 37 
61 S 19 MOSER, Edward August(b. 1955) . 338 37 

167 19 MURPHY, Mildred 87S 23 

39 NELSON,ArvillaRoxie(b.l913) . 115 14 

168 19 27 

166 19 NELSON, Charles Jay 212S 41 

38 NELSON, Donald Paul(b.l 953) .. 369 42 

187S 22 NELSON, Guilford Joseph(b. 1908) 113 13 

296S 49 NELSON, IonaMargaret(b.l912) .114 14 

23S 8 NELSON, Jay LaVeme(b.l 950) . . 368 41 

73 9 NELSON, William(b. 1881) 37S 13 

22 NUTE, Donna M(b. 1942) 201 23 

72 8 NUTE, Frank Thomas(b.l962) .. 366 41 

9S 1 NUTE, Israel Henry 88S 23 

256S 47 NUTE, Kenneth(b. 1940) 200 23 

83S 22 NUTE, Robert C(b. 1939) 199 23 

193 22 41 

138S 16 NUTE, Sandra Jean(b.l944) 202 23 

258 30 NUTE, SusanneMargareteJ(b. 1960) 365 41 
47 O'HARA, Laura 30S 11 

124S 30 OFFICER, Judith Ann(b.l952) .. 313 35 

259 30 OFFICER, Margaret Anne(b. 1920) 146 17 
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415 47 OFFICER, Richard Edward(b.l 924) 147 17 

416 47 35 
116S 27 OFFICER, Robert Samuel(b. 1956) 314 35 

79S 10 OFFICER, Samuel P(b. 1885) 50S 17 

79 10 OLDS,Lyola 182S 21 

78 9 OSTRAND,Florence(d.l962) 44S 16 

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PARKS, Angle 93S 11 

PARKS, Barbara 91S 24 

PARKS, Elsie 89S 24 

PELLETER, Kim Marie(b. 1957) .363 41 

PELLETEER, Wilhelm 196S 41 

PESTOTNIK, Mildred 69S 20 

PETERSON, Betty Jane(b. 1926) .136 16 

PETERSON, Bud 276S 49 

PETERSON, Eugene Harry(b.l913) 132 16 

PETERSON, Fred 135S 32 

PETERSON, Hazel Jeanette(b. 19 17) 134 16 

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PETERSON, Jeny(b. 1956) 282 33 

PETERSON, Julie Ann(b. 1951).. 279 32 

PETERSON, Larry(b. 1954) 280 32 

PETERSON, Lois Deane(b. 1930) . 137 16 

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PETERSON, MaxineElla(b.l916) 133 16 

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PETERSON, OscaKd. 1963) 42S 15 

PETERSON, Susan(b. 1955) 281 33 

PETERSON, Troy(b. 1960) 432 49 

PETERSON, Ty(b J 962) 433 49 

PIKE, Beverly(b.l954) 285 33 

PIKE, Janet(b. 1949) 283 33 

PIKE, Robert 137S 33 

PIKE, Sharon Lee(b.l952) 284 33 

PINETTE,Barbara(b.l957) 361 40 

PINETTE, Carolyn Jean(b.l935) . 195 23 

40 

PINETTE, Edmund 85S 23 

PINETTE, Judith Ann(b. 1939) .. 196 23 

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PINETTE, Robert Donald(b. 1 932) 1 94 23 

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PINETTE, Roberta(b. 1957) 360 40 

REYNOLDS, Bert 43S 16 

REYNOLDS, Sylvia(b.l914) ... 138 16 
RODGERS,Mildred(dl931) ... 109S 26 

ROSE, Charles 159S 38 

ROSE, Larry Ray(b.l944) 342 38 

ROSE, Thomas Joseph(b. 1953) .. 343 38 

ROSS, Carol Ann(b. 1939) 184 21 

ROSS, David Lewis(bJ 943) 185 21 

ROSS, IivinM(b.l 880) 18S 8 

ROSS, Judy(b.l944) 186 21 

ROSS, Kenneth Marvin(b. 1 935) . 180 20 

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ROSS, Larry Gail(b. 1945) 182 

ROSS, Lewis Franklin(b. 191 8) ... 70 

ROSS, Marcia Kath]een(b. 1 939) . 181 
ROSS, Marilyn Lorame(b. 1 936) . . 183 
ROSS, Marvin Irviji(b.l 9 10) 69 

RUCHAMP, Frances 153S 

RUGGLES, Betty 126S 

RYDER, Collin Joseph(b. 1957) .. 354 

RYDER, Reuben Dennie(b. 1950) . 352 

RYDER, Reuben Thomas 190S 

RYDER, Sherry Lynn(b. 1953) ... 353 

SAND VIG,Allen(b. 1948) 172 

SANDVIG,Georgia(b.l945) 171 

SANDVIG, Gerald David(b.l936) 271 

S ANDVIG, Larry Gordon(b. 1 942) 272 

SANDVIG, Marion W(b.l913) .. 131 

SANDVIG, Oscar 41S 

SANDVIG, Sharon(b. 1949) 173 

SANDVIG, Stanley O 64S 

SANDVIG, Susan Jean(b. 1 953) . . 1 74 

SATRE, Hilford 128S 

SATRE, Paul H(b.l945) 266 

SAVAGE, Asa(b. 1870) 29S 

SAVAGE, Bertha Gertha(b.l909) . . 84 

SAVAGE, Elsie Ehiora(b. 1906) ... 83 



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SAVAGE, Gloria Jean(b.l941) . . 198 
SAVAGE, Harold Odell(b. 1915) . . 86 
SAVAGE, June Madeline(b. 1905) . 82 

SAVAGE, Kenneth Wheeler(b.l91 7) 87 

SAVAGE, Richard Allen(b.l938) . 197 

SAVILLE, Melvin 55S 

SCHULTZ, Donna Lee(b.l 932) .. 223 

SCHULTZ, William H 104S 

SEAMER, Charles 228S 

SEAMER, Larry 393 

SEAMER, Robert 392 

SHUNKTVILES, Pauline 72S 

SINGER, Donald 141S 

SINGER, Julia Jean(b. 1959) 295 

SINGER, Pamela Jean(b.l951) . . 294 

SINN, Fem(b. 1920) 117S 

SMILER,DaleLeighton(b.l931) . 223S 



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SMILER, James Kent(b. 1961) ... 382 43 

SMILER, Jill Marie(b. 1957) 381 43 

SMILER, JodiRae(b.l955) 380 43 

SMITH, Audrey(b. 1939) .. 244 28 

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SMITH, Ethel(b. 1904) 55 6 

SMITH, Evelyn 123S 15 

SMITH, Francis 191S 40 

SMITH, Franky(b. 1962) 356 40 

SMITH, GertieE 13S 6 

SMITH, Howard(b. 1906) 56 6 

SMITH, Janet Margaret(b J 926) . 147S 35 

SMITH, Keith(b. 1943) 245 28 

SMITH, Kenneth(b. 1945) 246 28 

SMITH, Maurice Edward(b. 1908) . 11 8S 28 

SMITH, ToniLouise(b. 1960) ... 355 40 

SMITH, WilmerDouglas(b.l 880) . . 47S 5 

SNOWGREN, Edward E(b. 1927) . 238S 45 

SNO WGREN, Linda Diane(b. 1957) 398 45 

SNOWGREN, Rodney C(b.l961) . 400 45 

SNOWGREN, Shelley R(b. 1963) . 401 45 

SNOWGREN, Steven E(b.l 956) . 397 45 

SNOWGREN, VickiLynn(b J 960) 399 45 

SNOWGREN, Vincent L(b. 1964) . 402 45 

SORENSON, Arnold 267S 48 

SORENSON,Kathy(b.l961) .... 424 48 

SORENSON, Terry CHffoKi(b.l958) 423 48 

SPRIGGS, Donna Dean(b.l932) . 225 26 

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SPRIGGS, Herbert E(b. 1907) ... 108S 26 

STANLEY, Mable 71S 21 

STOLE, Carrie 15S 7 

SYDNES, Betty 274S 49 

TAYLOR, DianneL(b. 1948) ... 304 34 

TAYLOR, Joan Wyone(b.l951) . . 305 34 

TAYLOR, Merrill LaVaughan .. . 144S 34 

TEEMS, Anthony 300S 34 

TEGELS, Shirley 235S 45 

THOMPSON, Beverly D(b.l943) . 231 27 

THOMPSON, Harold A(b.l912) . 115S 27 

THOMPSON, Lowell E(b. 1941) . 230 27 

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THOMPSON, Marilyn Jo(b.l950) 232 27 

THOMPSON, Roxanne D(b. 1 964) 394 45 

THORSON,DarylOnel(b.l952) .270 31 

THORSON, Onel 130S 31 

THORSON, Wayne C(b.l944). ..269 31 

TOEPFER, Lillie 40S 15 

TOURTILLOTTE, Harry E 76S 9 

TURNER, Daniel Robat(b. 1953) . 406 46 



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TURNER, HaroId(b. 1909) 114S 

TURNER, Henry Allen(b.l958) .. 407 

TURNER, James 121S 

TURNER, James(b.l941) 255 

TURNER, Karen Marie(b.l951) .. 405 

TURNER, Lois(b. 1933) 253 

TURNER, Mary(b.l935) 254 

TURNER,NormaJean(b.l931) .. 252 

TURNER, Robert L(b. 1927) 250 



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VANMETER,Clifford(b.l917) ... 67S 
VAN METER, Karen(b. 1946) ... 178 
VAN METER, Robert(b. 1 945) . . 1 77 

VICKERY, Helen 71S 

VOGT,Mary(b.l897) 52S 

WALTON, Myrtle(b. 1902) 51 S 

WATSON, Wilbur 84S 

WEIGALL,David(b.l956) 291 

WEIGALL, Florine Annette(b. 1 946) 286 
WEIGALL,JeanetteKay(b.l949) . 289 
WEIGALL, JeanineKay(b. 1949) . 288 

WEIGALL, Lester 140S 

WEIGALL, Linda Sue(b. 1951) . . 290 
WEIGALL, Max Andrew(b- 1 962) 293 
WEIGALL, Steven LeRoy(b. 1 948) 287 
WEIGALL, Teresa Ann(b.l961) . 292 

WELLS, Mrs Drusilla 33S 

WESTBERG, Phyllis 258S 

WHEELER, Ada J(b. 1892) 49 

WHEELER, Adalbert(b. 1857) 10 

WHEELER, Albert(b. 1892) 51 

WHEELER, Augusta Ann(b. 1851) . 6 

WHEELER, Augustus(b, 1849) ... 5 

WHEELER, Baby Girl(b. 1886) ... 46 
WHEELER, Barbara Juliette(b. 1 894) 43 

WHEELER, Bernard Ahon(b. 1 923) 91 

WHEELER, Bemiece(b. 1922) ... 149 
WHEELER, Bertha Jane(b. 1881) . . 28 

WHEELER, Boy(b. 1932) 162 

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WHEELER, Charlie(b.l864) 



WHEELER, Cheryl Ann(b.l 944) 
WHEELER, Clara(b. 1883) ... 



WHEELER, Clarence(b.l885) . 

WHEELER, Clarence(b. 1947) . 
WHEELER, Clarence E(b. 1 920) 

WHEELER, Clarence J(b.l920) 
WHEELER, Connie Louise(b.l953) 
WHEELER, Connie May(b.l945) 
WHEELER, Cora Ahna(b. 1 889) 
WHEELER, Dan Alien(b. 1963) , 
WHEELER, Darrel(b. 1949) .. 
WHEELER, Doris Ilene(b.l920) 



WHEELER, Eldon Everett(b.l964) 
WHEELER, Elihu(b. 1853) 



WHEELER, ElihuAIlen(b. 1925) . 

WHEELER, Ella Fulton(b. 1 892) . 

WHEELER, EllaMaudine{b.l935) 

WHEELER, Elmer Joseph(b.l927) 
WHEELER, Ebnira Isabelle(b.l882) 

\\TIEELER,ElmiraJane(b.l846) . 

WHEELER, Elsie Ann(b. 1 924) . . 

WHEELER, Everett W(b.l914) .. 

WHEELER, Flora May(b.l 883) .. 
WHEELER, FlorineMay(b.l924) . 

WHEELER, Gary Jean(b. 1 942) . . 



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WHEELER, Doris M(b.l 91 5) 88 

WHEELER, Dorothy Marie(bJ926) 151 
WHEELER, Duane LeRoy(b.l940) 235 
WHEELER, ElanorIrene(b.l91 4) . 129 



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WHEELER, George Albert(b.l 886) 38 

WHEELER, Girl(b. 1932) 161 

WHEELER, Gloria Jean(b. 1951) . 208 
WHEELER, Gordon(b. 1939) ... 234 

WHEELER, HattieEldora(b. 1888) . 39 

WHEELER, Jack(b.l932) 154 

WHEELER, Jack(b. 1953) 331 

WHEELER, James E(b. 1896) 54 

WHEELER, Jeffrey Everett(b. 1 957) 243 

WHEELER, Jerry(b.l943) 315 

WHEELER, Jesse Jean(b.l 898) ... 44 

WHEELER, John 436 

WHEELER, John Andrew B(b. 1 90 1 ) 45 

WHEELER, John Franlc(b.l922) . 142 

WHEELER, John Franklin(b.l941) 296 

WHEELER, Joseph(b.l 819) 1 

WHEELER, Joseph(b. 1879) 27 

WHEELER, Joseph Elisha(b. 1889) . 40 

WHEELER, Joseph Franldin(b. 1845) 2 

WHEELER, Joseph Franklin(b. 1 878) 15 

WHEELER, Joyce Ann(b. 1942) .. 209 

WHEELER, Karen Kay(b.l951) .. 319 

WHEELER, Katherine Joan(b. 1 952) 340 

WHEELER, Kenneth John(b.l913) 1 16 

WHEELER, Kevin(b. 1953) 237 

WHEELER, Laura Alvira(b. 1 945) 298 
WHEELER, Laura Myrtle(b. 1 924) 150 

WHEELER, Lawrence A(bJ922) . 158 

WHEELER, Leah Mae(b. 1 928) . . 152 
WHEELER, LeonaMarie(b.1 9 17) . 60 

WHEELER, LeoraLilly(b.l916) . 130 

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WHEELER, Lillian Maude(dJ 936) . 25 

WHEELER, Lillie(b. 1894) 53 

WHEELER, Linda Marie(b. 1947) . 299 
WHEELER, Lisa Miclieale(b. 1 963) 395 
WHEELER, Lucille Rose(b. 1 934) 1 55 

WHEELER, Lulu Ar!ene(b. 1925) .. 92 

WHEELER, Madonna W(b.l928) 1 44 

WHEELER, Margaret Iona(b. 1916) 118 

WHEELER, Marilyn Elvira(b.l922) 139 
WHEELER, Marvella(b.l935) ... 156 

WHEELER, Mary Agnes(b.l885) . . 18 

WHEELER, Mary Gertrude(b.l891) 41 

WHEELER, Michaelene 329 

WHEELER, Mildred Marie(b. 1 920) 1 57 

WHEELER, Norma Jean(b. 1946) . 302 
WHEELER, 01ive(b. 1865) 14 

WHEELER, 01ive(b. 1860) 12 

WHEELER, Pearl(b.l 895) 50 

WHEELER, Phyllis Jean(b, 1 927) . 141 

WHEELER, Richard(b. 1938) ... 233 

WHEELER, Richard Allen(b. 1 960) 34 1 

WHEELER, Rickey Lee(b. 1951) . 242 

WHEELER, Robert(b.l945) 316 

WHEELER, Robert LeRoy(b. 1 930) 153 

WHEELER, Robert William 89 



WHEELER, Robert W(b. 1950) . . 206 
WHEELER, Roberta L(b. 1 948) . . 205 
WHEELER, Roger LeRoy(b. 1 942) 297 

WHEELER, Ronald(b. 1947) 236 

WHEELER, SadaEstel!a(b.l 890) . . 48 
WHEELER, Samuel(b. 1894) 52 

WHEELER, Sarah(b. 1856) 9 

WHEELER, Sharon Kay(b.l946) . 241 

WHEELER, Simon(b. 1859) 11 

WHEELER, Terry(b. 1952) 320 

WHEELER, Terry Dean(b.l942) . 239 

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WHEELER, Viola Blanche(b, 1 884) 37 

WHEELER, Wilbur Burton(b. 1 948) 303 

WHEELER, William Arthur(b. 1 880) 1 6 

WHEELER, William Dale(b.l948) 339 

WHEELER, William Henry(b. 1 847) 4 

WHEELER, Yvonne nene(b.I937) 238 

WILCOX, Phyllis 127S 

WILSON, Alva 58 

WILSON, Frank 57 

WILSON, John(d. 1939) 59 

WILSON, Thomas(b. 1852) 14S 

WOLIN,LanyD 241S 

WOODFINE, Kay 226S 

WOOSHANE, Mildred 1098 

YATIDES, 92S 

YATIDES,KathyLouise(b.l951) . 210 

YOUNG, Wihna Rose 180S 

ZANKER, Gerald 184S 

ZIMMERMAN, Melanie B L(b. 1 939) 1 99S 
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Sarah Augusta Wheeler 



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Modified Register for Sarali Augusta WHEELER 

First Generation 

Sarah Augusta WHEELER was bom 12 May 1821 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. She died Feb 
1 887 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. She was sealed to her parents submitted 29 Apr 2000. Sarah 
was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. She was endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

1860 Census report for Charleston, Maine 

Cora Turner femily records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Henry Bacon and Sarah Augusta Wheeler Bacon were not in Charleston in 1870 Census Report 

Sarah married Henry BACON on int 6 oct 1844 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. They were sealed 
submitted 5 Jan 2000. Henry was bora 1800. He died in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. 

They had the following children: 

2 M i. Henry A BACON was bom 1 849 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. He was sealed to 

his parents submitted 5 Jan 2000. Henry was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. He was 
endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

Henry A Bacon never married 

3 M ii. Charles L BACON was bom 1851 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. He was sealed 

to his parents submitted 5 Jan 2000. Charles was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. He 
was endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

Charles Bacon married a Richardson girl and lived on the home place at Charleston, Maine, 

and later at Oakland, Maine. His son, Harry Bacon, married Evelyn , lived at Oakland, 

Maine, with their father. Had three children. 

Charles married RICHARDSON. 

4 F iii. Mary BACON was bom 1 854. 

5 F iv. Beattrice BACON was bom 1 855 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. She was sealed 

to her parents submitt^ 5 Jan 2000. Beattrice was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. 
She was endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

6 M V. John C BACON was bora 1 857 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. He was sealed to 

his parents submitted 5 Jan 2000. John was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. He was 
endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

7 F vi. Martha J BACON was bom 12 Sep 1 859 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. She was 

sealed to her parents submitted 5 Jan 2000. Martha was baptized submitted 5 Jan 
2000. She was endowed submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

8F vii. Hattie BACON. 

Hattie and Ellen Bacon are on Cora Turner's list, but not on the 1 860 Census Report. Were 
they children of Henry's by a previous marriage? or were they Beattrice and Martha, and just 
nldoiamed Hattie and Ellen? 
Hattie married a Richards and moved to Lewiston, Maine. 

Hattie married RICHARDS Colonel. 
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Hattie and Ellen Bacon are on Cora Turner's list, but not on the I860 Census Report. Were 
they children of Henry's by a previous marriage? or were they Beattrice and Martha, and just 
nicknamed Hattie and Ellen? 
Ellen married Willis Rodin and lived at Revere, Massachusetts, not there in 1960. 

Ellen married Willis RODIN. 



Second Generation 

4, Mary BACON (Sarah Augusta) was bom 1 854 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. She was sealed to 
her parents submitted 5 Jan 2000. Mary was baptized submitted 5 Jan 2000. She was endowed 
submitted 5 Jan 2000. 

Mary Bacon Richardson (he of Exeter, Maine) had a daughter, Grace, who lived at Bangor, Maine. Mary and her 

husband lived at C<M-inth, Maine. 

Cora Turner's family records 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, 4331 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 

Mary Bacon Richardson lived at Corinth, Maine 

Mary married Ance RICHARDSON. Ance was bom in Exeter, Penobscot, Maine. 
They had the following children: 

10 F i. Grace RICHARDSON. 

Grace lived at Bangor, Maine 



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BACON, Beattrice(b. 1855) 5 

BACON, Charles L(b. 1851) 3 

BACON, Ellen 9 

BACON, Hattie 8 

BACON, Heniy(b.l800) IS 

BACON, Henry A(b. 1849) 2 

BACON, John C(b. 1857) 6 

BACON, Martha J(b. 1859) 7 

BACON, Mary(b.l854) 4 

RICHARDS, Colonel 8S 

RICHARDSON, 3S 

RICHARDSON, Ance 4S 

RICHARDSON, Grace 10 

RODIN, Willis 9S 

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HISTORY OF THE SMITH FAMILY 

as told by Sylvester J. Smith (1822 - 1894) 

Sylvester J. Smith's fether, John Smith, of English descent was bom in Washington, 
Massachusetts on the third day of June, 1782 and emigrated to the Province of Maine in the year 
1810. As near as we can tell, John Smith was married three times. However, it seems unlikely 
that there should be tt^mbers in the family with the same names, John, Hannah, etc. 

After the close of the War of 1 812, in which he served, the British Government offered 
large tracts of land in Canada and he availed himself of this opportunity and moved to Canada. 
Here he married Rachel Walton, who with her femily had evidently moved from New Hampshire 
to Canada. 

Sylvester Jay was bom in Shipton, Canada, (1 822). John Smith returned to Maine the 
following September and all of Sylvester's youth was spent there. 

**Soon after the close of the Blackhawk War, emigration from New England to the fer 
West took a new in^tus and the white covered-wagon and tent becanae a &ct in the activities of 
both Northern and Southern people, patient with probabilities to be wrought out on the virgin soil 
of the great West." 

Sylvester J,, wife and daughter Martha Jane, left Aroostook County, Maine on the first 
day of July, 1845 planning to make their home in Illinois. The journey took 102 days and they 
settled in northem Illinois. Early in the summer of 1 846 they settled in Paw Paw Grove. There 
were 14 femilies in the party and about 60 people m the encampment, in the trq) from Maine. 

He describes the unrest of the immigrants in the new and strange country. "Wearied at 
length with the unsettled state of northem Illinois and especially of society, mixed, varied and 
unsettled, I determined to remove to the territory of Wisconsin, which journey was accomplished 
in April, 1 848. A brother-in-law, Levi Wheeler, and his femily were also in the party." 

"In September I finally decided to return to Maine. This action was precipitated by the 
action of my partner, Dr. Drake, who, with my brother-in-law Wheeler, had cau^t the California 
gold fever which was raging and almost contagious throughout the country at the time." They set 
about making preparations to make the journey by way of the lakes, intending to dock at Bufl^o. 
He then describes a raging storm on the lake which induced them to leave the boat at Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

"While stopping at the Farmer's Home in Cleveland I saw on a map of Cuyahoga County 
the name of the town of Orange, and it occurred to my mind that a family by the name of York, 
with which I had been acquainted in Maine, lived in lMt place. I at once took stage passage with 
my femiiy to that place." 



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We lived in Orange and North Solon, Ohio for several years and this is where the other 
daughters were bom. Martha Jane, the eldest daughter, met and married Robert Harper in 
Orange. 

We do not know how long he lived in Ohio but evidently he was much impressed with 
Michigan on his trip from the East as he describes its dry climate and sandy soil. The family 
moved to Akron, Michigan and this is where the other girls met and married their husbands. Julia 
Ellen, Genevra C, and May C, lived in Michigan for the remainder of their lives. Adelaide 
eventually moved to California. 

Sylvester Jay Smith wrote the story of his life when he was 72 years old, and evidently 
intended to write more but died before the work was completed. 

(This excerpt from the Diary of Sylvester J. Smith was copied and sent to me by Mrs. 
Aiida Harper Irwin.) 




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Figure 1 Sylvester and Martha Jane [Wheeler] Smith and thier 
daughters. Julia Ellen, Martha, Ad^ide^Geneva, and May in 
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Figure 2 Geneva C. Smith 
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Modified Register for Martha Jane WHEELER 

First Generation 

1 . Martha Jane WHEELER was bom 1 2 Nov 1 824 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. She died 1 Feb 
1898 in Fairgrove, Tuscola, Michigan. Martha was baptized submitted 10 May 2000. She was 
endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family records of Alida Irwin Harper 

Death records from Vital Statistics at Tuscola, Tuscola, Michigan 
Compiled by Ada XVlieeler Miller, 433 1 East 33rd Street, Des Moines, Iowa 
-14 Dec 1956 

Martha married Sylvester Jay SMITH Doctor, son of John SMITH and Rachel WALTON, on int 
19 nov 1842 in Chester, Penobscot, Maine. They were sealed submitted 10 May 2000. Sylvester was 
bom 27 Dec 1822 in Shipton, , Canada. He died 5 Dec 1892 in Tuscola, Tuscola, Michigan and was 
buried in Fairgrove, Tuscola, Michigan. Sylvester was baptized 15 Dec 1931. He was endowed 10 
Mar 1932 in the Logan Utah temple. 

They had the following children: 

+ 2F i. Martha Jane SMITH was bom 13 Aug 1843 and died 10 Feb 191 5. 

+ 3 F ii. Julia EUen SMITH was bora 20 Mar 1 845 and died 6 Apr 1 927. 

+ 4 F iii. Adelaide Angusta SMITH was bom 25 Nov 1 847 and died 2 1 Mar 1 934. 

+ 5 F iv. Genevra Clara Nelle SMITH was bom 28 Jun 1 850 and died 4 Jul 1 934. 

+ 6F V. May C SMITH was bom 30 Oct 1857 and died 11 Dec 1892. 



Second Generation 

2. Martha Jane SMITH (Martha Jane) was bom 13 Aug 1843 in Molunkus, Aroostook, Maine. She 
died 1 Feb 1 9 1 5 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio and was buried in Mt Hope Cemetery, North Solon, 
Cuyahoga, Ohio. She was sealed to her parents submitted 10 May 2000. Martha was baptized 
submitted 10 May 2000. She was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Necrology File at Cleveland Public Librai^ 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Harper visited New England in 19 II. Owned a farm 2 miles East of Randall. Lived there 

30 years. Sold it and moved into Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Harper was a stone mason and builder, built bridges and 

did general contracting. 

Martha marri^ Robert Rockwell HARPER on 17 Apr 1 864 in Orange, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Robert 
was bom 20 Sep 1843 in Orange, Cuyahoga, Ohio. He died 3 Sep 1919 in Cass City, Sanilac, 
Michigan and was buried 7 Sep 1 91 9 in Mt Hope Cemetery, North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Robert 
was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 22 Apr 1 986 in the 
Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 



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Robert and Martha had the following children: 

7M i. Charles FremoEt HARPER was bom 29 Oct 1865 and died 5 Apr 1955. 

8 M ii. Archibald Riley HARPER was bom 22 Dec 1 867 in Clyde, Oakland, Michigan. He 
died 1920 in Lagrange, Lagrange, Indiana and was buri^ in Lagrange, Lagrange, 
Indiana. Archibald was baptized 20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He 
was endowed 22 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - 14 Dec 1956 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Archibald Riley Harper and Carrie A. Thorpe had NO CHILDREN 
Archibald was a Baptist Clergyman, living at I^agrange, Indiana in 1919 



Archibald married Carrie A THORPE on 1 887 in Warrensville, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 
Carrie was bom in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died 1944 in Lagrange, 
Lagrange, Indiana, 

+ 9 M iii. Cass Smith HARPER was bom 1 3 Feb 1 872 and died 1 3 Sep 1 958. 

+ 10 M iv. Sylvester Jay HARPER was bom 27 Feb 1877 and died 23 May 1948. 

+ 1 1 F V. AJida May HARPER was bom 1 Jun 1 88 1 and died 5 Sep 1 960. 

3. Julia Ellen SMITH (Martha Jane) was bom 20 Mar 1845 in Molunkus, Aroostook, Maine. She died 
6 Apr 1927 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. She was sealed to her parents submitted 1 May 2000. 
Julia was baptized submitted 10 May 2000. She was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family Records of Aiida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller ~ 22 Jan 1957 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 



Julia married Michael Henry QUICK on 20 Feb 1870 in Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. Michael was 
bom 20 Feb 1 849 in Jasper, , New York. He died 4 Jan 1936 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 12 M i. Clarence Stanley QUICK was bom 18 Nov 1874 and died 9 Nov 1 953. 

-f 13 M ii. Clyde LeRoy QUICK was bom 7 Jun 1877 and died 28 Apr 1934. 

14 M iii. Baby QUICK was bom about 1 879 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. He died about 
1879 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. Because he died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

Baby Quick died in infancy 
+ 1 5 F iv. Genevra QUICK was bom 9 Mar 1 88 1 and died 3 1 Dec 1 944. 

16 M V. Baby QUICK was bom about 1 883 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. He died about 
1 883 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. Because he died as a child, baptism and 
endowment are not necessary. 

Baby Quick died in infancy 
__ 17 M vi. Walter Glen QUICK was bom 5 May 1 886 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. He 



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died 1945. Walter was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He 
was endowed 17 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Walter Glen Quidc married twice but had NO CHILDREN 

4. Adelaide Augusta SMITH (Martha Jane) was bom 25 Nov 1 847 in Augusta, Kennebec, Maine. She 
died 21 Mar 1934 in San Diego, San Diego, California. She was sealed to her parents submitted 10 
May 2000. Adelaide was baptized submitted 10 May 2000. She was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 



Adelaide married George H SMITH on Oct 1869. George was bom 25 Aug 1845 in , , Vermont. He 
died 23 Mar 1917 in San Diego, San Diego, California. 

They had the following children: 

1 8 F i. Claudia Gem SMITH was bom 1 Nov 1 870 in Clio, Genesee, Michigan. She died 

1932. 

19 M ii. Lulu Pearl SMITH was bom 22 Jun 1873. 

20 M iii. Cawley SMITH. 

Cawley Smith died during the Cholera epidemic in the 1 870's 
???did he die as a child? 

2 1 M iv. Murray R SMITH was bom 1 883 in Gaylord, Otsqgo, Michigan. He died 1 932, 

22 M V. George SMITH. 

5. Genevra Clara Nelle SMITH (Martha Jane) was bom 28 Jun 1 850 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

She died 4 Jul 1 934 in Fairgrove, Sanilac, Michigan. She was sealed to her parents submitted 1 May 
2000. Genevra was baptized submitted 10 May 2000. She was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Genevra married Byron G PHELPS Doctor on 4 Jul 1 880. Byron w^ bom 4 Sep 1 857 in 
Watrousville, Tuscola, Michigan. He died 23 Aug 1 932 in Fairgrove, Sanilac, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

23 F i. Mable PHELPS was bom 1 5 Apr 1 884 in , , Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Mable married Frank THAYER on 1940. 

24 M ii. Roliin PHELPS was bora 23 Jun 1891 . He died 24 Nov 1910. 

Rollin was shot and killed on Thanksgiving Day, 1910 

6. May C SMITH (Martha Jane) was born 30 Oct 1 857 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died 1 1 
Dec 1 892 in AJcron, Tuscola, Michigan and was buried in Perkins Cemetery, Akron, Tuscola, 
Michigan. She was sealai to her parents submitted 1 May 2000. May was baptized submitted 1 
May 2000. She was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 



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Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

May married Randall R WILBER on 1 Jan 1881 in Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. They were sealed 
submitted 1 May 2000. Randall was bom 1 1 Sep 1 860. He died 7 Feb 1 890 in Akron, Tuscola, 
Michigan and was buried in Perkins Cemetery, Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. Randall was baptized 
submitted 10 May 2000. He was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Children, Roy and Clara were adopted by Martha Jane Harper, after their parents died 

Randall and May had the following children: 

25 M i. Fioy W WILBUR was bom 6 Jan 1 884 in Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. He was sealed 

to his parents submitted 10 May 2000. Floy was baptiz^ submitted 10 May 2000. 
He was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 
Floy W. Wilbur had two wives: (1) Alice C. Allan and (2) Alice Murdock 
Floy is living in Florida 

Floy married (1) Alice C ALLAN. 

Floy also married (2) Alice MURDOCK. 

26 M ii. Roy Randall WILBUR was bom 28 Dec 1 886 in Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. He 

died 10 Dec 1935. He was sealed to his parents submitted 10 May 2000. Roy was 
baptized submitted 10 May 2000. He was endowed submitted 10 May 2000. 

27 F iii. Clara W WILBUR was bom 25 Aug 1 889 in Akron, Tuscola, Michigan. She died 

15 Jul 1896. She was sealed to her parents submitted 10 May 2000. Because she died 
as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 



Third Generation 

7. Charles Fremont HARPER (Martha Jane SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 29 Oct 1 865 in North 
Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. He died 5 Apr 1 955 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio and was buried in 
North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Charles was baptized 20 Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He 
was endowed 22 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Charles Fremont Harper was in the Furniture Business 

Charles married Cora E HARRIMAN on Apr 1888 in Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Cora was bom 24 
Dec 1870 in Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died Dec 1940 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio and was 
buried in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Cora was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. She was endowed 22 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

They had the following children: 

28 F i. Elsie HARPER was bom 1 May 1 890 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died Feb 

1 892. Because she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not necessary. 

29 M ii. J^obert Bayard HARPER was bom 1 9 Dec 1 906 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

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Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History c»mpiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - 14 Dec 1956 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Lived at Bedford, Ohio 

Robert married Charlotte SNEARER. 

9. Cass Smith HARPER (Martha Jane SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 1 3 Feb 1 872 in North Solon, 
Cuyahoga, Ohio. He died 1 3 Sep 1958. Cass was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. He was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - 14 Dec 1956 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 



Cass married Winnifred SMITH, daughter of Ephraim M SMITH and Katherine BICKEL, in Detroit, 
Wayne, Michigan. Winnifred was bom 22 Dec 1873 in Swanton, Fulton, Ohio. She died 8 Jun 1935 
in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

4- 30 M i. Guy Burnett HARPER was bom 24 Mar 1 897. 

3 1 F ii. Verdine HARPER was bom 1 2 Oct 1 898 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

1 0. Sylvester Jay HARPER (Martha Jane SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 27 Feb 1877 in Akron, 

Tuscola, Michigan. He died 23 May 1 948 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Sylvester was baptized 20 
Mar 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller ~ 14 Dec 1956 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Fails, Idaho 83401 



Sylvester married Etta LANDON on 24 Dec 1902 in North Solon, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Etta was bom 1 1 
Feb 1883 in Streetsboro, , Ohio. 

Etta is living in Florida 
Sylvester and Etta had the following children: 
32 F i. Ruth HARPER. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller — 14 Dec 1956 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Ruth Harper and Mr. Evans had NO CHILDREN living 
Lived in Bainbridge, Ohio. 



Ruth married EVANS. 
11. Alida May HARPER (Martha Jane SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 1 Jun 1881 in North Solon, 



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Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died 5 Sep 1960 in Aurora, Portage, Ohio. Alida was baptized 20 Mar 1986 in 
the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family Histoiy compiled by Ada WTieeler Miller - 22 Jan 1957 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 

Alida Mae Haiper Irwin and Wyman Glen Irwin had 2 children who died in infancy. 



Alida married Wyman Glen IRWIN on 4 Nov 1908 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Wyman was 
bom 17 Mar 1883 in Parkman, , Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

33 F i. Dorothy Mae IRWIN was bom 1 Feb 1 909 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

34 F ii. Genevieve Martha IRWIN was bom 17 Jan 1916 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

35 iii. Child IRWIN. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 

nec^sary. 

36 iv. Baby IRWIN. Because he/she died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 

necessary. 

12. Clarence Stanley QUICK (Juha Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bora 1 8 Nov 1 874 in Akron, 
Tuscola, Michigan. He died 9 Nov 1953 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. Clarence was baptized 20 
Mar 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. He was endowed 1 7 Apr 1 986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho 
temple. 

Family Records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller - 14 Dec 1956 

Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 



Clarence married Lottie Sarah ADAMS on 1 1 Jun 1904 m Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. Lottie was 
bom 16 Jun 1886 in Clarkston, Oakland, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 37 F i. Viola May QUICKwas bom 13 Mar 1907. 

+ 38 F ii. Lorena Ellen QUICK was bom 27 Jun 1908. 

+ 39 F iii. Bernice Louise QUICK was bom 24 Aug 1909. 

+ 40 F iv. Beatrice Jane QUICK was bora 1 3 Sep 1 91 1 . 

41 F v. Inez Luella QUICK was bom 7 Jan 1 914 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

1 3, Clyde LeRoy QUICK (Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 7 Jun 1 877 in Cass City, Tuscola, 
Michigan. He died 28 Apr 1 934 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa- 14 Dec 1956 

Clyde married Estella Jane Swaffield TURNER on 25 Aug 1 902 in Sterling, Arenac, Michigan. 



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Estella was bom 1 1 Jul 1883 in Port Huron, Saint Clair, Michigan. She died 9 Mar 1934 in Cass City, 
Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 42 M i. Albert Benjamin QUICK was bom 20 May 1904. 

+ 43 M ii. Garrett Clyde QUICK was bom 30 May 1 906. 

44 M iii. George Henry QUICK was bom 4 Sep 1 9 1 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

45 M iv. Russell Leroy QUICK was bom 1 5 Sep 1 91 5 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. He 

died 7 Jan 1954. 

+ 46 M V. Floy Hazen QUICK was bom 3 Sep 1 9 1 6. 

+ 47 M vi. BasUWillard QUICK was bom 7 Apr 1917. 

15. Genevra QUICK (Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 9 Mar 1881 in Cass City, Tuscola, 
Michigan. She died 31 Dec 1944 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. Genevra was baptized 20 Mar 1986 
in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. She was endowed 22 Apr 1986 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Dcs Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Genevra married Frank BRYANT. 
They had the following children: 

48 M i. Henry BRYANT. Because he died as a child, baptism and endowment are not 

necessary. 

Henry Bryant died young 

49 F ii. Elsa BRYANT was bom 1 3 Jul 1 903 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. 

Elsa married Charles SCHLUTOW. 

50 F iii. Winnie BRYANT. 

Winnie married Louis WENNER. 

19. Lulu Pearl SMITH (Adelaide Augusta SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 22 Jun 1 873 in Gaylord, 
Otsego, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa —14 Dec 1956 

Lulu married Vesta Granville LANNING on 1904 in Sault Ste Marie, Chippewa, Michigan. Vesta 
was bom 1856 in Owosso, Shiawassee, Michigan. She died 1916 in Owosso, Shiawassee, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 5 1 F i. Doris May SMITH was bora 1 4 Nov 1 905. 

+ 52 M ii. Ted SMITH was bom 2 Aug 1906. 



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Fourth Generation 

30. Guy Burnett HARPER (Cass Smith HARPER, Martha Jane SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 24 Mar 

1897 in CIevelan4 Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

Family Rax)rds of Alida Harper Irwin 
Family History compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller -- 14 Dec 1956 
Margie E. Stevens, 720 North Wabash, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 
Guy Burnett Harper lived in Cleveland, Ohio 

Guy married Hazel BOOP on 22 May 1918 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Hazel was bom 22 Apr 

1898 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

They had the following children: 

53 F i. Mary Ruth HARPER was bom 17 Jul 1 925 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She 

died23 Apr 1936. 

37. Viola May QUICK (Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 1 3 Mar 

1907 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Aiida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Viola married BasU H COLTSON on 4 Mar 1929 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. Basil was bom 9 
Mar 1908 in Kingston, Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

54 F i. Noreen Ayree COLTSON was bom 24 Apr 1930 m Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. 

Noreen married Joseph Varney ANDREWS on 1 7 Jan 1 953. Joseph was bom in 
Amarilla, , Texas. 

38. Lorena Ellen QUICK (Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 27 Jun 

1908 m Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa — 14 Dec 1956 

Lorena married Albert Quincy MORLEY on 1 Mar 1930 in Toledo, Lucas, Ohio. Albert was bom 
20 Apr 1905 in Harbor Beach, Huron, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 55 M i. Grant Elwood MORLEY was bom 2 Jun 1 933. 

+ 56 F ii. Karen Ann MORLEY was bom 30 Jun 193 5. 

57 F iii. Kathleen Kay MORLEY was bom 25 Jun 1 943 in East Detroit, Oakland, Michigan. 

39. Bernice Louise QUICK (Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 24 
Aug 1909 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Beraice married Elmer GIFFORD on 4 Jan 1930 m Toledo, Lucas, Ohio. Ehner was bom 20 Sep 



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1907 in Fulton, Callaway, Missouri. 
They had the following children: 

58 M i. Raymond Louis GIFFORD was bom 1 5 Decl 930 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Raymond mairied Shirley ROHDER on 13 Nov 1954. Shirley was bom 10 Aug 
1935 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

59 F ii. Jean Marie GIFFORD was bom 30 Jun 1 946 in Garden City, Wayne, Michigan. 

40. Beatrice Jane QUICK (Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 13 
Sep 1911 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Beatrice married Jack TEWSLEY on 30 Apr 1 934 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. Jack was bom 4 
Jun 1 9 1 1 in Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York. 

They had the following children: 

60 F i. Shirley Evon TEWSLEY was bom 30 May 1 935 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 
+ 61 F u. Jackolyn TEWSLEY was bom 9 Mar 1 937. 

62 M iii. John Albert TEWSLEY was bom 22 Aug 1 939 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

63 F iv. Marie Ellen TEWSLEY was bom 20 Jul 1941 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

64 F V, Norma Lee TEWSLEY was bom 5 Jun 1944 in Center Line, Macomb, Michigan. 

65 F vi. Barbara Inez TEWSLEY was bom 3 1 Oct 1 946 in Center Line, Macomb, 

Michigan. 

42. Albert Benjamin QUICK (Clyde LeRoy QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 20 
May 1 904 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Complied by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Albert married Grace WHITTAKER on 28 Mar 1931 in Toledo, Lucas, Ohio. Grace was bom 13 
Mar 1913 in Kingston, Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

+ 66 F i. Barbara EsteUa QUICK was bom 20 Jun 1934. 

67 F ii. Pauline May QUICK was bom 9 Jan 1 936 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of AJida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Pauline married Donald Delmont LEONARD on 2 Oct 1954 in Caro, Tuscola, 
Michigan. Donald was bom 1 934 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

43. Garrett Clyde QUICK (Clyde LeRoy QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bora 30 May 
1906 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family Tccords of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa —14 Dec 1956 



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Garrett married Blanche BUTTERFIELD on Dec 1926. 

They had the following children: 

68 F i. Jackie QUICK. 

Jackie married Erwin FELTZ. 

69 M ii. Duase Garrett QUICK. 

Duane married Joan PERSONS. 

46. Floy Hazen QUICK (Clyde LeRoy QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 3 Sep 1 9 1 6 
in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Floy married Theresa SLIMKO on 1935. Theresa was bom 4 Feb 1918. 

They had the following children: 

70 F !. Eileen Anna QUICK was bom 18 May 1936 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

7 1 F ii. Ruth Ann QUICK was bom 26 Jun 1 938 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

72 M iii. Allen George QUICK was bom 1 8 Aug 1 940 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

73 M iv. Thomas Floy QUICK was bom 8 Jan 1944 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

74 F V. Margaret QUICK. 

75 F vi. Mary QUICK. 

47. Basil Willard QUICK (Clyde LeRoy QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 7 Apr 
1917 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa —14 Dec 1956 

Basil married Dorothea Ann CLARK on 23 May 1 94 1 . Dorothea was bom 1 Aug 1 92 1 in 
Gagetown, Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

76 F i. Judy Diane QUICK was bom 1 2 Mar 1 946. 

5 1 . Doris May SMITH (Lulu Pearl SMITH, Adelaide Augusta SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 14 Nov 

1905 in Sault Ste Marie, Chippewa, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Doris May Smith had two husbands: (1) Harry C Snell and (2) E. Chapman Bishop 

Doris married (1) Harry C SNELL on May 1928 in Vallejo, Solano, California. Harry was bom 10 
Oct 1905 in Toledo, Lucas, Ohio. He died 1945 in Overseas. 

They had the following children: 

77 M i. George C SNELL was bom 24 Apr 1929 in Vallejo, Solano, Califomia. 

Doris also married (2) E Chapman BISHOP. E Chapman BISHOP was bom 12 Jul 1 888 in New 
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. 



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E Chapman BISHOP and Doris had the following children: 
+ 78 F ii. Lulumae BISHOP was bom 1 4 Mar 1 937. 

52. Ted SMITH (Lulu Pearl SMITH, Adelaide Augusta SMITH, Martha Jane) was bom 2 Aug 1906 in 
Sault Ste Marie, Chippewa, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Dcs Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Ted married Marguerite SW ANSON on 1 935 in New York City, , New York. Marguerite was bom 7 
Jun 191 1 in New York City, , New York. 

They had the following childr^: 

79 F i. Jane Wheeler SMITH was bom 2 1 Mar 1 945 in Washington, , D C. 



Fifth Generation 

55. Grant Elwood MORLEY (Lorena Ellen QUICK, Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, 
Martha Jane) was bom 2 Jun 1 933 in Detroit, Oakland, Michigan. 

Family records of AJida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Grant married Asako MASUBUCHI on 1 3 Nov 1 954 in Tokyo, , Japan. Asako was bom 1 9 Jul 1 932 
in Toyko, , Japan. 

They had the following children: 

80 M i. Michael MORLEY was bom 29 Dec 1 956 in Toyko, , Japan. 

56. Karen Ann MORLEY (Lorena Ellen QUICK, Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha 
Jane) was bom 30 Jun 1935 in East Detroit, Oakland, Michigan. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Karen married Ted NORMAN on 7 May 1955. 
They had the following children: 

81 M i. Larry Lee NORMAN was bom 2 1 Jun 1 956 in Flint, Genesee, Michigan. 

6 1 . Jackolyn TEWSLEY (Beatrice Jane QUICK, Clarence Stanley QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, Martha 
Jane) was bom 9 Mar 1 937 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. 

Family records of AJida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa - 14 Dec 1956 

Jackolyn married Earl THOMAS on 26 Jun 1 953. Earl was bom 1 8 Jan 1 934 in Jackson, Breathitt, 
Kenmcky. 

They had the following children: 

82 M i. Scott Edward THOMAS was bom 22 Feb 1 954 in Center Line, Macomb, Michigan. 

83 F ii. Darlene Frances THOMAS was bom 21 Jun 1956 in Center Line, Macomb, 

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Michigan. 

66. Barbara Estella QUICK (Albert Benjamin QUICK, Clyde LeRoy QUICK, Julia Ellen SMITH, 
Martha Jane) was born 20 Jun 1 934 in Cass City, Tuscola, Michigan. 

Family records of Aiida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 

Barbara married Gerald A GAUL on 1 5 Nov 1 955 in Caro, Tuscola, Michigan. Gerald was bom 
1934 in Caro, Tuscola, Michigan. 

They had the following children: 

84 M i. Mark Gerald GAUL was bom 3 Oct 1956 in Caro, Tuscola, Michigan. 

78. Lulumae BISHOP (Doris May SMITH, Lulu Pearl SMITH, Adelaide Augusta SMITH, Martha Jane) 
was bom 14 Mar 1937 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. 

Family records of Alida Harper Irwin 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa -14 Dec 1956 



Lulumae married George S CLARK on 1 3 Jan 1 954. George was bom Jul 1 930 in Denver, Denver, 
Colorado. 

They had the followmg children: 

85 F i. Cindy Lu CLARK was bom 1 6 Aug 1 956 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Califomia. 



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ADAMS, Lottie Sarah(b. 1886) . . . 12S 6 

ALLAN, Alice C 25S 4 

ANDREWS, Joseph Vamey 54S 8 

BISHOP, EChapman(b. 1888) 51S 10 

BISHOP, Lulumae{b. 1937) 78 11 

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BOOP, Hazel(b.l898) 30S 8 

BRYANT, EIsa(b. 1903) 49 7 

BRYANT, Frank 15S 7 

BRYANT, Henry 48 7 

BRYANT, Winnie 50 7 

BUTTERFIELD, Blanche 43S 10 

CLARK, Cindy Lu(b. 1956) 85 12 

CLARK, Dorothea Ann(b.l921) .. . 47S 10 

CLARK, George S(b. 1930) 78S 12 

COLTSON, Basil H(b. 1908) 37S 8 

COLTSON,NoreenAyree(b.l930) . 54 8 

EVANS, 32S 5 

FELTZ, Erwin 68S 10 

GAUL, Gerald A(b. 1934) 66S 12 

GAUL, Mark Gerald(b. 1956) 84 12 

GIFFORD,Ehner(b.l907) 39S 8 

GIFFORD, Jean Marie{b. 1946) ... 59 9 

GIFFORD, Raymond Louis(b.l 930) 58 9 

HARPER, AlidaMay(b.l881) 11 2 

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HARPER, Archibald Riley(b. 1867) . 8 2 

HARPER, Cass Smith(b. 1872) ... 9 2 

5 

HARPER, Charles Fremont(b.l865) 7 2 

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HARPER, EIsie(b.l890) 28 4 

HARPER, Guy Bumett(b.l 897) ... 30 5 

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HARPER, Mary Ruth(b.l925) 53 8 

HARPER, Robert Bayard(b. 1906) . 29 4 

HARPER, Robert RockwelI(b. 1 843) 2S 1 

HARPER, Ruth 32 5 

HARPER, Sylvester Jay(b. 1877) . . 10 2 

5 

HARPER, Verdine(b. 1898) 31 5 

HARRIMAN, Cora E(b.l 870) .... 7S 4 

IRWIN, Baby 36 6 

IRWIN, Child 35 6 

IRWIN, Dorothy Mae(b. 1909) 33 6 

IRWIN, Genevieve Martha(b.l916) . 34 6 

IRWIN, WymanGlenCb.l 883) ... . IIS 6 

LANDON, Etta(b.l883) l__. ^^^ ^ 

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LANNING, Vesta Granville(b. 1 856) 1 9S 

LEONARD, Donald Delmont(b. 1 934) 67S 

MASUBUCHI,Asako(b.l932) ... 55S 

MORLEY, Albert Quincy(b. 1905) . 38S 

MORLEY, Grant Elwood(b.l933) . 55 

MORLEY, Karen Ann(b.l 935) ... 56 

MORLEY, Kathleen Kay(b.l 943) . . 57 

MORLEY, Michael(b.l956) 80 

MURDOCK,Alice 25S 

NORMAN, Larry Lee(b. 1956) 81 

NORMAN, Ted 56S 

PERSONS,Joan 69S 

PHELPS, Byron GDoctor(b. 1857) . 5S 

PHELPS, Mable(b. 1884) 23 

PHELPS, Ronin(b.l891) 24 

QUICK, Albert Benjamin(b. 1904) . 42 

QUICK, Allen George(b. 1940) ... 72 

QUICK, Baby(b.l879) 14 

QUICK, Baby(b. 1883) 16 

QUICK, Barbara Estella(b. 1 934) . . 66 

QUICK, Basil Willard(b.l917) ... 47 

QUICK, Beatrice Jane(b.l911) ... 40 

QUICK, BeraiceLouise(b. 1909) .. 39 

QUICK, Clarence Stanley(b. 1 874) . 1 2 

QUICK, Clyde LeRoy(b.l 877) 13 

QUICK, Duane Garrett 69 

QUICK, Eileen Anna(b. 1936) 70 

QUICK, Floy Hazen(b.l916) 46 

QUICK, Garrett Clyde(b, 1906) ... 43 

QUICK, Genevra(b. 1881) 15 

QUICK, George Henry(b.l910) ... 44 

QUICK, Inez Luella(b.l914) 41 

QUICK,Jackie 68 

QUICK, Judy Diane(b. 1946) 76 

QUICK, LorenaEllen(b. 1908) 38 



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QUICK, Maiy 75 

QUICK, Michael Hemy(b. 1849) ... 3S 

QUICK, Pauline May(b. 1936) 67 

QUICK, Russell Leroy(b.l915) ... 45 

QUICK, Ruth Aj)n(b. 1938) 71 

QUICK, Thomas Floy(b. 1944) 73 

QUICK, Viola May(b.l 907) 37 

QUICK, Walter Glen(b. 1886) 17 

ROHDER, Shirley(b.l935) ...... 58S 

SCHLUTOW, Charles 49S 

SLlMKO,Theresa(b.l918) 46S 

SMITH, Adelaide Augusta(b. 1847) . 4 

SMITH, Cawley 20 

SMITH, Claudia Gem(b. 1870) 18 

SMITH, Doris May(b. 1905) 51 

SMITH, Genevra Clara Nelle(b. 1 850) 5 

SMITH, George 22 

SMITH, George H(b. 1845) 4S 

SMITH, Jane Wheeleifb. 1 945) ... 79 

SMITH, Julia Ellen(b. 1845) 3 

SMITH, Lulu Pearl(b.l873) 19 

SMITH, Martha Jane(b. 1843) 2 

SMITH, May C(b. 1857) 6 

SMITH, Murray R(b. 1883) 21 

SMITH, Sylvester Jay Doctor(b. 1 822) 1 S 

SMITH, Ted(b. 1906) 52 

SMITH, Winnifred(b.l873) 9S 

SNEARER, Charlotte 29S 

SNELL, George C(b. 1929) 77 

SNELL, Harry C(b. 1905) 51S 

SWANS0N,Marguerite(b.l911) .. 52S 

TEWSLEY, Barbara Inez(b. 1946) . 65 

TEWSLEY,Jack(b.l91I) 40S 

TEWSLEY, Jackolyn(b. 1937) 61 

TEWSLEY, John Albert(b. 1939) .. 62 

TEWSLEY, Marie EIlen(b.l941) .. 63 

TEWSLEY, Norma Lee(b. 1 944) . . 64 

TEWSLEY, Shirley Evon(b. 193 5) . 60 

THAYER,Frank 23S 

THOMAS, Darlene Frances(b.l956) 83 

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THOMAS, Scott Edward(b.l954) 
THORPE, Carrie A(d. 1944) ... 
TURNER, Estella Jane S(b.l883) 

WENNER, Louis 

WHEELER, Martha Jane(b. 1 824) 
WHITTAKER,Grace(b.l913) .. 
WILBER, Randall R(b. 1 860) . . 
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Lucinda Hesseltine Wheeler 




Modified Register for Simon WHEELER Junior 

First Generation 

1. Simon WHEELER Junior was born 27 Sep 1827 in Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine. He died 9 Dec 
1886 in Ogden, Weber, Utah and was buried in Ogden, Weber, Utah. Simon was baptized 1 Nov 
1952. He was endowed 13 Feb 1953, 

Letters from Hazel Burke 

Sexton and gravestone records at Ogden, Utah sent by Phebe Robinson, Providence, Utah 

Charleston Vital Statistics 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Simon Wheeler had two wives: (1) Lucinda L. Heseltine and (2) Wilhehnina Nidiolina Christiana Jacobsen 

There were other babies which died at birth. Names Unknown 

A Wheeler child died and was buried in Ogden Cemetery 26 Oct 1876 

Simon's headstone ^ves birth as 1 825. 

In I860 Census of Charleston, Maine, a baby boy is listed. 

Almeda Wheeler Robinson said Ben was 16 or 17 when he had Smallpox and died in Ogden, Utah. 

Rose and Melissa only two listed in 1870 Census of Lee County, Illinois. 

On the Eden, Utah Ward Records Simon Wheeler shows a baptism for him-not listed at present 

From Journal History, 25 Sep 1 866, p. 3; S. Wheeler went to Utah 1866 - no wife or children mentioned. He 

crossed the plains in CapL HoUiday's Co. and named as passenger. 

Simon was buried in Ogden, Utah beside his wives. 

Simon had a saw mill in Ogden Canyon where "Hermatage" now stands (1953). Mr. John Fuller of Eden, Utah, 

aged 89, gave this information about the mill. 

Simon married (1) Lucinda L HESELTINE on int 4 oct 1853 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. 
They were sealed 21 May 1954 in the Logan Utah temple. Lucinda was bom 4 Apr 1 824 in Buxton, 
York, Maine. She died 24 Nov 1 886 in Ogden, Weber, Utah and was buried in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

They had the following children: 

2 M i. Benjamin WHEELER was bom about 1 859 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. 

Benjamin died of smallpox at age 5 or 6, or age 16 or 17. 

In 1860 Census of Charleston, Maine, a baby boy is listed. 

Almeda Wheeler Robinson said Ben was 16 or 17 when he had Smallpox and died in Ogden, 

Utah. 

There is a child buried in Ogden Cemetery, listed as died 26 Oct 1876. 

+ 3 F ii. Rose Philena WHEELER was bom 3 Jun 1 863 and died 8 Jun 1924. 

4 F iii. Melissa WHEELER was bom about 1 868. 
Melissa was age 2 in 1870 

Simon also married (2) Wilhelmina Nicholina Christiana JACOBSEN, daughter of W JACOBSEN 
and FLOWDEAN. Wilhelmina was bom „Denmark. She died 29 Dec 1891 in Lynn, Weber, Utah and 
was buried in Ogden, Weber, Utah. 

^^ilhelmina has two death dates: (1) a Stone Record of 29 Dec 1891 and (2) the Sexton's record of 12 Jan 1892 

Simon Wheeler and Wilhelmina had NO CHILDREN 

Wilhelmina Nicholina Christiana Jacobsen was married three times: (1) Syvert Iverson, (2) Simon Wheeler, and 

(3) Mr. Thurston 

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Mrs. W.N.C. Jacobsen had two girls before she married Simon— their names were Julia and Cornelia. 

Children of Syvert Iverson land Wilhelmina Nicholina Christiana Jacobsen 

Female (1) Lonnie Iverson, bom in Wyoming and died in Wyoming as a Child 

Female (2) Amelia Carolina Iverson, bom Salt Lake City, Utah, married David Carver 

Female (3) Julia Wilhelmina, bom Huntsville, Utah, I Jun 1875, died 16 May 1913 and married Charles (Karl) 

Frederick and Joseph Jensen 

Male (4) Joseph Iverson, bom (The Oaks) near Ogden, Utah, died same place as a child. 



Second Generation 

3. Rose Phllena WHEELER (Simon) was bom 3 Jun 1863 in , Penobscot, Maine. She died 8 Jun 1 924 
in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio and was buried in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

Rose Wheeler married her cousin, Levi Wheeler Smith, son of Rebecca Wheeler Smith and Ephriam P. Smith 
Family records of Hazel Smith Burke 
Vital Records of Cleveland, Ohio 
Census Records 1850 of Maine 
Vital Statisti<» of Cleveland 

Rose married Levi Wheeler SMITH, son of Ephraim P SMITH and Rebecca WHEELER. Levi was 
bom 24 Jan 1 849 in Charleston, Penobscot, Maine. He died 24 Oct 1920 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, 
Ohio and was buried in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

Levi Wheeler Smith died of Pemiceous Anemia and Heart Disease. 

He is a cousin of Rose Philena Wheeler's-Rebecca, his mother, and Simon Wheeler, Jr., are sister and brother. 
Levi and Rose resided in Cleveland, Ohio 4 Mar 1906. Their address 819 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Levi was in Oregon in 1907, and was in Jacksonville, Florida from January to May 1918. Rose and Gladys were 
with him. 

Levi and Rose had the following children: 

5 F i. Inez Monvilla SMITH was bom Dec 1 884 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. She died 1 3 Jun 

1897 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

6 M ii. Benjamin SMITH was bom 7 Jul 1 886 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. He died 1 891/1 892 

in , , Utah. 

7F iii. Hazel SMITH was bom 2 Jul 1892. 

8 F iv. Gladys SMITH was bom 20 Jan 1 895 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. She died 3 1 
Aug 1954. 

Gladys Smith never married 

Vital Statistics of Cleveland, Ohio 

Family records of Hazel Smith Burke 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 



Third Generation 

7. Hazel SMITH (Rose Philena WHEELER, Simon) was bom 2 Jul 1892 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, 
Ohio. 



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Hazel Smith and Eugene J. Burke were divorced, but had two daughters 

Family records of Hazel Smith Burke 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Hazel married Eugene J BURKE on 1 May 1918 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. The marriage ended 
in divorce. 

They had the following children: 

+ 9F i. Gladys Geraldine BURKE was bom 1 Apr 1919. 

+ 10 F ii. Jacqueline Joy BURKE was bora 20 Mar 1934. 



Fourth Generation 

9. Gladys Geraldine BURKE (Hazel SMITH, Rose Philena WHEELER, Simon) was bom 1 Apr 1919 
in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

Gladys was called Jerry 

Family record of Hazel Smith Burke 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 

Gladys married Robert Walter MARCHANT in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, Robert was bom 5 
Mar 1919. 

They had the following children: 

1 1 F i. Victoria Jean MARCHANT was bom 1 Apr 1 939 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

1 2 M ii. Jeffrey Burke MARCHANT was bom 5 Jul 1 943 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

1 3 F iii. Pamela Ann MARCHANT was bom 3 1 Jul 1 944 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

1 0. JacqueUne Joy BURKE (Hazel SMTTH, Rose Philena WHEELER, Simon) was bom 20 Mar 1 934 
in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

Jacqueline was called Jackie 

Family record of Hazel Smith Burke 

Compiled by Ada Wheeler Miller, Des Moines, Iowa 



Jacqueline mairi^ Edward Coy BELT. Edward was bom May 1925. 
They had the following children: 

14 M i. Jonathan Mark BELT was bom 7 Jan 1 953 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 

15 M ii. Michael Anthony BELT was bom 1 1 Feb 1956 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. 



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Name ID Page 

BELT, Edward Coy(b.l925) lOS 3 

BELT, Jonathan Mark(b.l953) ... 14 3 

BELT, Michael Anthony(b. 1956) . . 15 3 

BURKE,EugeneJ . . . 78" ^3 

BURKE, Gladys Geraldine(b.l 919) . - .9 3 

BURKE, Jacqueline Joy(b.l934) .. 10 

HESELTINE, Lucinda L(b.l 824) . . IS 

JACOBSEN, Wilhelmina Nicholina C 1 S 

MARCHANT, Jeffrey Burke(b. 1 943) 12 

MARCHANT, Pamela Ann(b.l944) 13 

MARCHANT, Robert Walter(b.l919) 9S 

MARCHANT, Victoria Jean(b. 1 939) 11 

SMITH, Benjamin(b.l 886) 6 

SMITH, Gladys(b.l895) 8 

SMITH, Hazel(b.l892) 7 

SMITH, Inez Monvilla(b. 1884) ... 5 

SMITH, Levi Wheeler(b. 1 849) ... 3S 

WHEELER, Benjamin(b.l859): ... 2 

WHEELER, Melissa(b. 1868) .... 4 

WHEELER, Rose PhUena(b.l863) . 3 

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1 

Taken off the town and vital records of 

Charleston, Maine 

by Mildred Simmonds 

Page 256 - Preambulation of the boundary line between the towns of Charleston and Garland by 
Levi Bradley one of the selectmen of Charleston and Luther Rideout one of the selectmen of 
Garland A.D. 1850. 

Commenced at the N.W. comer of Charleston and N.E. comer of Garland set a hemlock 
stake marked T L 1850 run S 4030, W. a short distance to the county road on the south side of 
which mark and a beach tree 1 850, and thence followed a well marked line to the north line of 
R. Stewards form, thence through said Stewards ferm and down the road made on the town line 
to the N.W. comer of D, Wilkins farm and crossing the ferm of John Batcheldar we found a 
tolerable good line until we came to Simon Wheelers land. Pursuing same course as above we 
struck tl^ old comer of the town of Charleston, Garland, Exoter and Corinth and there set a 
cedar stake marked T. L. 1850. 

Given under our hands this fourth day of November A.D. 1 850. 

Levi Bradley 
Luther Rideout 

A true copy attest 

John Rowedy, Town Clerk. 

Same film. Page 1870 

Agreeably to notice given to the town of Corinth by the town of Charleston to meet at the 
Southwest comer of Charleston and N.W. comer of Corinth on the 28 day of September A. D. 
1870. 

Signed Joseph B. Wheeler ( Selectmen 
Wait Sheney ( of 

C. D. Chapman ( Corinth 

Also on same film: 

Marriage is tntended by Mr. Henry Bacon and Miss Sarah Agusta Wheeler both of 
Charleston 6 Oct 1844 - Edward Bean, Town Clerk 

Page 368 

No. 13 - Certificate of intentions of marriage between Mr. Simon Wheeler of Charleston 
and Miss Lucinda L. Heseltine of Buxton is hereby granton and entered by me this fourth day of 
October A.D. 1853 

Geo. A. Peirce, Town Clerk 



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ANCESTRY OF SIMON WHEELER OF 
GREENE, MAINE 



161 1 RICHARD' WHEELER of Dedham and Lancaster, Massachusetts; married at Lancaster 2 
June 1658 Sarah Prescott, daughter of John and Mary (Platts) Prescott; died in Indian 
Massacre 9 Feb 1675-6 at Lancaster. His widow married second at Dedham 22 Dec 1677 
Joseph Rice of Marlborougk 

1659 ABRAHAM^ WHEELER, son of Richard and Sarah (Prescott) Wheeler (Richard's 

second wife), bom at Dedham 7 Dec 1659; married Tabitha before 3 Mar 1683; 

killed by Indians at Lancaster Oct 1695. 

1685 JONATHON^ WHEELER, son of Abraham and Tabitha Wheeler, was probably bom at 
Lancaster, Massachusetts before 1695; no information on his wife has been found; 
probably removed to Concord, or that section of Concord which became Acton, by 29 
Sep 1718, acquiring land near Obadiah Wheeler, Sr., William Wheeler and Thomas 
Wheeler; probably still alive in 1750 when he conveyed land to Sampson Wheeler of 
Acton, near Samuel and Oliver Wheeler (Mid. Deed 50:591). An earlier deed transferred 
additional land in Acton to Oliver Wheeler, another apparent soa 

1720 SIMON'' WHEELER of Acton, Massachusetts was an apparent brother of Samson 

(Sampson) Wheeler of Acton and son of Jonathon^ Wheeler. (The line of descent is based 
primarily on records published in The History of the Wheeler Family of America , pp. 498- 
501.) He married Sarah Temple, daughter of Joseph and Abigail (Steams) Temple, at 
Westford, Massachusetts 13 July 1742. He, along vAlh Sampson Wheeler, served in Capt. 
Daniel Hills Co., Mar-Dec 1748 at New Marblehead, Maine as a corporal. He died in 
1758 at Westford when his estate was administered by his widow, Sarah Wheeler, with 
Richard Temple one of the sureties. (Mid. Probate #24344). Simon and Sarah had a son, 
Simon^ according to muster rolls of French and Indian War soldiers (#153312, 153313, 
Massachusetts State Archives). The Temple line is Abraham', Richard^ Richard^ 
Joseph'', Sarah^ 

1 743 SIMON' WHEELER, son of Simon' and Sarah (Temple) Wheeler, was bom about 1 743, 
probably at Westford or Acton, Massachusetts (age 16, 1 1 Apr 1759 on muster roll 
#1533 12). He served in Col. Elisha Jones Regt. during the French and Indian War from 
Apr 1759 until his dismissal 8 Dec. 1761. 

By 1758, Simony's uncle, Richard Ten^le had removed from Acton to Falmouth, 
Maine, where he married Elisabeth, daughter of Ebenezer Gustin. He was a cox^y^amer 
by trade (Mid. deed 69^:215, Cum. Deed 1:443). Richard Temple next moved to 
Bowdoinham, Maine by the 1 760's where he became a town official. Richard T&nph^ cft^d 
at Bowdoinham before 24 Sep. 1783. When his estate was administered by his widew, 
Elisabeth Temple (Lincok Probate 11:197). By 16 Jan 1764, Simon^ Wheeler was of 
Bowdoinham, Maine when he made an agreement with Abiel Lovejoy of Pownalborough. 



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There was a judgment against Wheeler over this agreement in a suit brought by Lovejoy 2 
July - 24 Oct 1766 (Lin. Co. Common Pleas Records 1:136) Further Common Pleas 
records and Lincoln County deeds show Simon Wheeler, yeoman, in Bowdoinham, 
Swan's Island (near Bowdoinham, in the Kennebec River), and Fairfield, Maine. 
Although there are no Temple- Wheeler deeds, both Simon^ and Ebenezer Temple, son of 
Richard, settled in Fairfield and later Bowdoin, Maine, near one another (Lin. Co. Deeds 
20:163, 35:34). By 1789 Simon Wheeler was of Bowdoin when he and Ebenezer signed a 
petition. They later signed another petition to the General Court along with other 
Bowdoin settlers, 14 Feb. 1790, explaining the dire situation facing families "in a newly 
settled land" and asked the legislature to set up a "fi-ee and general school" and to grant a 
"release from taxation," ( Documentary History of the State of Maine. 22:324-327). The 
first petition, signed 21 Jan 1789 requested that the State of Massachusetts grant the 
petitioners land on the "North East side of Androscoggin River near lands granted to S. 
Livermore & others." This was to compensate for the petitioners clearing of private land 
which they thought was state-owned land, (Documentary History of the State of Maine , 
: 142, 143). It is evident that Simon Wheeler was never able to establish a legitimate claim 
to land in the Bowdoin area, which can be attested by the paucity of land records for him 
and other signers of the above two petitions. Simon^ Wheeler's name does not appear in 
the 1790 census. However, there is an enumeration for a Hannah Wheeler's family that 
strongly suggests that she was Simon's widow. There are also two Joseph Wheelers and a 
John Wheeler whose femilies are enumerated in Bowdoin in 1790. One Joseph is believed 
to be Simony's son. The other Joseph and John Wheeler can be traced to Concord and 
Carlisle, Massachusetts through marriage records. Both of the previously mentioned 
towns are in Middlesex County, near Acton, Massachusetts where the Temples and 
Simon" Wheeler lived. 

1 78 1 SIMON WHEELER who married Sarah Stevens 

Children of Simon^ and ?Hannah ( ) Wheeler: 

1. Joseph Wheeler whose marriage intention to Elizabeth Meloon is recorded at 
Topsham, 3 July 1789; lived in Bowdoin. 

2. Nancy Wheeler ( 1 768- 1 855), married Isaac Meloon, later of Greene and Leeds, 
Maine, at Bowdoinham 27 Oct. 1791 

3. Mary (PoUy) Wheeler, married Benjamin Phinney, later of Weld, Maine, at 
Brunswick 24 June 1793. 

4. David Wheeler, (1 773-1 856), whose name appears as head of household oi^a 
Bowdoin 1792 tax list, later of Greene and Leeds, Maine, married at Brunswiel 16^ 
Mar 1796, Meribah Ireland, daughter of Abraham and Meribah Ireland. 

5. Simon Wheeler (1781-1853) late of Greene, Lincob, Moluncus and Charleston, 
Maine, married at Greene 15 Mar 1804 Sarah Stevens, daughter of Jacob and 



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Martha (Pettingell) Stevens 

6. Rebecca Wheeler (1786-1 824) who married at Greene, Freeman Landers in Jan 
1803. 

7. (Possibly) Hannah Wheeler (1782-1863) who married c. 1800 Jonathon Grover of 
Bowdoin, Maine. 



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fflSTORY OF ABRAHAM AND ZEBEDIAH WHEELER 

1659-1695 

ABR^AHAM^ WHEELER, son of Richard' and Sarah (Prescott) Wheeler, bom at Dedham 

Dec. 7, 1659, married about 1682 or 1683 Tabitha . 

The children of Abraham and Tabitha were: 

(1) Abigail bom at Lancaster, March 2, 1683-4, married Feb. 8, 1703-4 Dea Daniel Stone 
ofFramingham, died Oct. 28, 1711. 

(2) Jonathan 

(3) Samuel 

(4) daughter. 

HISTORY 

Abraham^ Wheeler was between 16 and 17 years of age at the time of his father's death 
and the destruction of Lancaster. He accompanied his mother to Concord when the town was 
abandoned and afterward to Dedham. Later he returned to Lancaster where he remained until his 
death. He was a member of the "Western Regiment of Middlesex County", his name appeared on 
the rolls as late as March 18, 1691-2. 

(N.E. Hist, and Gen. Register Vol. 43 Page 371) 

History says that Abraham was shot by an Indian one Sabbath morning in Nov. 1695 while 
going between the fort and his house. Although mortally wounded he succeeded in wresting the 
gun from the Indian and ran with it toward the fort until he was met by a party who went out to 
his relief 

At the same time his wife, Tabitha, was taken prisoner by the Indians. 

1665-1729 

ZEBEDIAH^ WHEELER, son of Richard' and Sarah (Prescott) Wheeler, bom at 

Lancaster Jan. 2, 1664-5 married Mary . 

The children of Zebediah and Mary were: 

(1) Joseph, bora at Concord Oct. 4, 1696. 

(2) Mary, bom at Concord Feb. 5, 1698-9, perhaps married Joseph Bush of Marleboro, 
Mass. (Intentions Oct. 27, 1728). 

(3) Sarah, married Feb. 1 , 1 72 1 -2 John Wallis of Townsend, Mass. 

(4) WiUiam, died at Stow, May 16, 1729. 

(5) Zebediah, bom July 27, 1 700 married Sarah Bamard of Marlboro (Intentions Mar. 
29, 1729), lived at Stow; removed to Western (now Warren, Mass.) after 1747, died at Saratoga, 
New York, Nov. 21, 1760. (See Warren Records). 



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Zebediah^ Wheeler was twelve years old at the time of his fether's death and was taken to 
Concord with the remainder of the family when Lancaster was abandoned after the massacre and 
later to Dedham where they settled temporarily. 

He returned to Lancaster with his brothers however and was a land owner there in 1692. 
He removed to Concord and the births of two of his children are recorded there in 1696 and 
1699. Subsequently he removed to Stow where he resided until his death which occurred on Dec. 
16, 1729. 

A stone in the cemetery at the "old common** marks his resting place. 

His wife Mary died Sept. 26, 1 728. 

(Note: This information was taken jfrom "Wheeler Family of Rutland, Massachusetts" by Daniel 
M. Wheeler, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1924.) 



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WHEELER FAMILY RECORDS 
Genealogical Record Searcher 

Registry of Deeds. Sagadahoc County Courthouse, Bath, Maine (West Lincoln Deeds) 

James O. Hathom, Samuel Hathom, JOSEPH WHEELER, MARY WHEELER, Philip Tarbox, 

Martha Tarbox, Eliza G. Hathom, Robert A. Maxwell, Abigail Maxwell, all of Bowdoinham, and 

Seth Hathom, Fanny Hathom of Woolwich, grantors, to Jeremiah Milky of Bowdoinham; land in 

Bowdoinham, north of lot owned by James Sampson : signed 10 Mar 1819; witnesses George 

Headden, Samuel Gray, William Decker, Thomas Berry (Deed 3:38) 

(Note: The Joseph and Mary Wheeler above are the parents of children recorded in Bowdoinham 

Vital Records on another page of this report. The deed appears to be a quit claim of the Hathom 

family and their spouses. Mary Wheeler ofBowdoinham was then a Hathom by birth. FRB) 

Registry of Deeds. Kennebec County Courthouse, Augusta, Maine 

Robert Curtis of Greene, yeoman, to David Wheeler of Greene, yeoman; land in Greene, part of 
lots 192 and 193, near Abel Crocker, John Caswell, Abraham Richmond; signed 12 Dec 1814; 
witnesses: Luther Robbins, Luther Robbins, Jr. (Deed 23:397) 

Robert Curtis of Greene, yeoman, to Samuel Maloon of Greene, yeoman; land in Greene "west by 
the pond," north by road and also abutted by John Caswell's land and Abraham Richmond; signed 
17 Feb 1819 (31:243) 

Josiah Little of Newbury to SIMON WHEELER OF GREENE, YEOMAN,; southwesterly half 
of lot #226, about 40 acres; witnesses: Edward Little, Freeman Landers; signed 7 Sept 1813, 
recorded 30 Dec 1823 (49:70) 
(Note: I could find no grantor deeds where Simon Wheeler sold this property. FRB) 

David Wheeler of Leeds to Abraham Wheeler and David Wheeler, Jr.; land in Leeds; 1823 
(49:53, 55) 

Registry of Deeds, Penobscot County. Bangor, Maine 

Jeremy Nelson of Lincohi, husbandman, to SIMON WHEELER OF PLACE CALLED 

MOLLUNCAS, HUSBANDMAN; lot No. 13 where Wheeler now lives, near Aroostook Road 

and junction of Military Road; signed 19 Mar 1833, witness, Ira Fish (34:539) (Jeremy Nelson 

was Simon's son-in-law, daughter Deborah's husband. FRB) 

SIMON WHEELER OF TOWNSHIP NO. 1 IN 5™ RANGE, YEOMAN, to Ira Kilgore of 

Newry, Oxford County; parcel of land in township., being lot no. 13; also signed by SARAH 

WHEELER, WIFE OF SIMON 13 Mar 1833, acknowledged same day; witness Abiel D. Morton 

(37:231) 

LEVI WHEELER of an UNINCORPORATED PLACE AT JUNCTION OF AROOSTOOK 
WITH MILITARY ROAD, HUSBANDMAN to SIMON WHEELER OF SAME PLACE, 
HUSBANDMAN; lot no. 13 in the Chamberlain half township; signed 20 July 1836, 
acknowledged same day; witness Ira Fish (82:3 13) 



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Nelson Herren of Houlton, Aroostook, yeoman, to SIMON WHEELER NOW RESIDING AT 
JUNCTION OF MILITARY ROAD AND AROOSTOOK ROAD, AROOSTOOK, YEOMAN, 
for $4,600; 100 acres of land in Charleston, lot #192 and also 179 acres in Garland and a three 
acre lot in Charleston; also signed by Nancy Herrin 1 Apr 1842; witnesses: R. S. Pitman, J. A. J. 
Lincoln (132:129) 

SIMON WHEELER OF CHARLESTON, YEOMAN, to Jacob Wheeler of Molunkus, 
Aroostook, yeoman; 50 acre parcel of land in Charleston and piece of land in Garland; also signed 
by SARAH WHEELER, WIFE OF SIMON 14 Oct 1843, acknowledged same day; witness: Asa 
Barton (142:502) 

Jeremy Nelson of Lincoh, husbandman, to LEVI WHEELER OF TOWNSHIP No. 1 in 5™ 
RANGE WEST OF THE MONUMENT, HUSBANDMAN; lot no. 13; signed 28 Dec 1833; 
witness Ira Fish 



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PRELIMINARY CONCLUSIONS ON THE SEARCH FOR ANCESTRY 

OF SIMON WHEELER OF GREENE, MADSnE 

1, Simon Wheeler (1781-1853) was the brother of Joseph Jr., Nancy (m, Isaac Mabon), 
David, and Mary (m Benjamin Phim^y), and possibly a Charity Wheeler (See family 
chart.) 

2, The only possible Wheelers of the older generation to be the parents of the above are: 

Simon^Wbeeler, I believe to be the French and Indian War soldier and son of Simon* and 
Sarah (Temple) Wheeler of Acton, bom 1743. I believe that this Simon is the one who 
conveyed property in Maine m 1774, 1786, 1801 and is known to have resided in Fairfield 
and then Colbumton Plantation (Orono). Simon (b. 1781) could have been in Orono in 
1 800 (see census). In later life he movod his femily to Lincohi, north of Orono. Why? 
Possibly because he was already aware of the land there. I lose Simon of Orono in 1 801 . 
In Orono he lived near David Reed, formerly of Topsham, where I feel Simon probably 
lived at one time. There are a number of connections between Reeds and Wheelers that 
must be pursued fiirther. I also feel that there is a relationship between Enos Wheeler (son 
of Joseph and Ruth Wheeler of Acton) of Lincob, Massachusetts and Fairfield, Maine. 
Enos' children are known. He was not Simon (b. 1781)'s father. He couM have been an 
older cousin. 

John Wheeler, of Bowdoin, was probably the son of Samuel Wheeler of Acton bom in 
1743, the same age as Simon above, and someone who served in the same military outfit 
with him in the French and Indian War. He was also a Revolutionary soldier in Maine 
connected with the town of Topsham. He is also the John Wheeler who probably signed 
Simony's deed in 1774. He is also the John Wheeler who lived near the Temples in 
Bowdoin (see 1790 census) John Wheeler was still in Bowdoin in 1810. I do not believe, 
however, he was Simon (b. 1781)'s fether. 

Joseph Wheeler had a large household in 1790. He is no doubt the Joseph Wheeler of 
Topsham who married Sarah Moflfet in 1777, too late to be the fether of Joseph Jr., David 
and Nancy. However, if this was a second marriage he could be the father of Simon (b. 
1781). If he is one of the two Joseph Wheelers living in Bowdoin in 1800 he is too young 
to have been the father of Joseph Jr., David, etc. He is probably the Joseph Wheeler, Sr. 
of the 1798 Lincoln County deed 63:1 18. 

Hannah Wlieeler is the only head of household in Bowdoin in 1 790 which fits the assumed 
facts about David and Simon Wheeler being brothers; I e., David, the male over 16, and 
Simon, the male under 16. The females would be Hannah, Nancy, Mary and perhaps 
Charity. Hannah does not appear in the 1792 tax valuation list for Bowdoin. I suggest 
that David who was 20 in 1792 was considered the head of the household and was living 
next to his brother Joseph, Jr. and brother-in-law Isaac Maloon. (It should be noted that 
the practice for this era was to use the designation Sr. for the oldest of that name in town 
and Jr. for the next oldest, regardless of their relationship. I am therefore implying that 



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Joseph Jr. was not the son of Joseph Wheeler, Sr. of Bowdoin,) I feel strongly , but 
cannot at this time prove, that David and Simon were the sons of Hannah. Still the fact 
that David and Simon did not name a daughter Hannah surprises me. Bowdoin Vital 
Records show a Simon Wheeler bom in 1790 (the son of Joseph Jr. and Elizabeth, I 
believe) who named a daughter Hannah in 1 823. If Hannah was the mother, or step- 
mother, of Simon (b. 1781) who was to husband? 

3. A Simon Wheeler, no doubt the settler in Orono, was a respected member of the Wheeler 
family. Nancy (Wheeler) Maloon nan^ her first son Simon. Joseph and Elizabeth 
(Maloon) Wheeler named their first son Simon. David Wheeler named his first son Simon. 
Was this the name of their father ? I can't believe it was for their brother Simon, a teen- 
age boy. This is the real quandary. Since I have only found one Simon of the "older 
generation" in Maine that Simon should be the father of the Bowdoin family. However, it 
does not seem reasonable to believe he would have lived in Fairfield and Orono without 
them. 

4. The Temple family is a real key to tying the Wheelers to Bowdoin, Maine. Simon^ 
Wheeler, the only Simon of the era whose birth date is consistent with the man v^^as 
conveyed land in Maine between 1774-1801 was the son of Sarah (Temple) Wheeler of 
Acton/Westford. A guardianship record in Middlesex County Registry of Probate shows a 
Levi Temple of Westford, the son of the late Joseph Temple of Actoa Levi was described 
in his "fifteenth year,** 16 Apr 1 766, He later became a Revolutionary War soldier fi-om 
Westford. I feel very sure that this is the same man who settled in BowdoiiL The name 
Ebenezer Temple also api^ars both in Acton and Bowdoin. Simon Wheeler (b. 1781) 
named his first son Ebenezer. Joseph Wheeler Sr.'s land in 1 798 abutted that of Ebenezer 
Temple. Although no Tenq>les show up in 1790, 1800 censuses for Greene, Maine there 
is a Greene Vital Records (marriage) for Ataraham Ireland and Mrs. Abigail Temple Nov. 
1805. Alaraham Ireland was of Plantation #5 (Weld) and was the father-in-law of David 
Wheeler. 

5. The Reed (Read) family is another key to learning about the Wheelers. Simon^ Wheeler 
conveyed land in 1774 and 1801 to a Read. David Reed (spellings were not consistent), 
originally fi-om Topsham, lived near Simon in Orono. Although I can find the use of 
David as a Wheeler Christian name in Concord and Bedford, Massachusetts, I also 
wonder if it is only a coincidence that the Bowdoin/Greene Wheelers had a David and 
Nancy, tl^ same names as David and Ann (Nancy is a diminutive for Ann) Reed of 
Topsham. David Wheeler also named a son Reed Bartholomew Wheeler, no doubt for 
David Reed's h-other, Bartholomew Reed. Amaziah Reed was in Greene in 1 800. In 
1810 Amaziah and Bartholon^w Reed were in Wald (Webb's Pond) near David Wheeler. 
I intend to pursue early records of Topsham next, in hopes the Wheeler-Reed connection 
may be there. 

6. Both Simon Wheeler in 1786 and Joseph Wheeler in 1798 conveyed property to 
apparently the same man, James Saniqisort This is a strong indicator that Simon and 
Joseph were of the same family. 



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I intend to pursue early records of Topsham next, in hopes the Wl^ier-Reed connection 
may be there. 

6. Both Simon. Wilier in 1786 and Joseph Wheeler in 1798 conveyed property to 

^parently the same man, James Sampson. This is a strong indicator that Simon and 
Joseph were of the same family. 



MOLUNKUS PLANTATION 

from 

HISTORY OF AROOSTOCK COUNTY, MAINE 

by EDWARD WIGGIN, PUBLISHED IN 1922 

The first settlers came to Molunkus, Maine in 1 834. 

Two miles west of the village of Macwagoc the military road enters the township of 
Molunkus, now an unorganized plantation with the exception of the little hamlet at the mouth of 
the Aroostock road. .... 

The entire township, with the exception of a comparatively small tract near the mouth of 
the Aroostock road and a few clearings farther north upon that road, is still covered with forest 
growth and is owned by non-resident proprietors. 

The old Aroostock road starts firom Molunkus and continues northward through No. I 
Benedicta and Sherman to Patten and thence on to Ft. Kent, at the mouth of the Fish River. The 
intersection of this road with the military road at this point made Molunkus an important 
business center for lumbering operations and for the moving of supplies to the country away to 
the north. 

Molunkus has now no plantation organization and has but a small resident population for 
a point of so much business importance. Molunkus Exchange is seven miles distant from the 
railroad station at Mattawamkeag, and daily stages run fi-om Mattawamkeag to Patton, stopping 
at this hotel for dinner. 

Molunkus Plantation was divided. The part where the Wheelers lived became Macwahoc 
on December 16, 1851. The other part remained as Molunkus. It consisted mainly of heavy 
timber country, with only a few settlers around the Hotel on Lake Molunkus. Simon Wheeler ran 
this hotel for several years. 



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Ch. 1 Pg. 1 

JOHN WHEELER 

FROM 

CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERANS: VOL. THREE 

Massachusetts Service; Pension File No. S.3546. 

Received Pension Certificate for $50 per year; Law of June 7, 1 832. 

[This entire file is very difScult to read. * 1, ^40] 

State of Ohio, County of Clermont. August Term of the Court of Common Pleas for the County 
aforesaid, before the Honorable George P. Torrance, President Judge, and Israel Whitaker, John 
Emery, and Robert Haines, Esqrs., Associate Judges. 

On this 9^ day of August 1832, personally appeared in Open Court before the Honorable 
Court of Common Pleas now sitting - 

JOHN WHEELER, a resident of the township of Ohio & County of Clermont, State of 
Ohio, aged 77 years who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the 
following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7^, 1 832. 
That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers and served as 
herein stated. 

He was bom he believes on the 4* day of September in the year 1755 in Acton, State of 
Massachusetts when 7 years old moved to BordingWi [probably n^ans Bowdoinham] in the 
County of Lincoln, State of Massachusetts [now Maine *43.] While he was living in that town in 
the month of July in the same year that the battle of Bunkers Hill was fought he entered the 
service of the United States as a volunteer under the following named officers - Capt. Geo. 
Thomas - Major James Hunter - Col John Lencourt - James Potter was ordering Sergeant, 2d 
Sergeants Parker [?* % 3d do [ditto] Isaac Combs, Job Iralason [?] was he thinks First Corporal 
and - illegible - was second. Benjamin or Isaac Combs was - illegible - and deponant's brother 
Simeon Wheeler was Ensign . 

The regiment met at Col. Lincourts at New Meadow. Deponent volunteered for 6 
months. He was eni|3loyed guarding the Shore of Portland bay and the western side of 
Kennebeck River fix)m Cape Elizabeth down to Coxes [?] harbor. While out on this six months 
tour Gel. Samuel Thompson called the regiment to which deponent betonged and with several 
others regiments went to the town of Portland [?] and surrounded it, took Captain Mowett (a 
British Captain prisoner) the Tories of that place hailed him [or bailed him?* 1] and proceeded to 
keep him in confinement. GeL Thompson left the place and the Tories let Captain Mowett go 
fi^e, he then gave them twelve hours to remove their property and then burnt the town of 
Portland then called - illegible - After their six months tour was out deponent went home and 



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remained there about tweh-e months when orders canK on for enlisting troops for service on 
Rhode Island. 

Deponent at the san^ tour of Bordenhaus, in the month of November in the year not 
remember^ Enlisted imder Captain Thomas who before the Company marched took sick and 
Capt. Elijah Grant of the town of Woolwich took the command. The following are the ofl5cers 
under whom he served on this expedition as well as he recollects them CoL James Hunter, 
Lieutenant Col Hector Pa-?- Lieutenant Hilton{?] Gel Lovell was Gel. - part of bottom line of 
page is missing - Kennebeck on which at that time there was a British Fort and two [? * ^] French 
Ships were ra the Harbour. The British Shipping run up a creek [?] and American Shipping in the 
United States service under the command of Comrmdore — , were some in the harbour and off in 
the Channel. They went down from Kennebeck River by water to Anapolis and landed at the 
before mentioned Bayaduce. There were six ships called men of war * ^^ and several other armed 
Brigs in the American service. The largest ship was the Hampton . She came from Piscataway [?] 
and carried thirty two guns. Commodore - illegible - was on board of her. There was the Sally. 
he thinks about a twenty-two gun ship. Tl^ Sky Larket a Ship of twenty two guns. The Houston 
of twenty guns a brand new vessel, this was the first time she had ever been out, does not 
remember the names of any of the rest of the vessels. They landed on Bayaduce Neck under the 
cover of the American vessels. They landed in the woods [7] they were nwt and opposed by the 
British from the Fort. When arm - illegible - ascended the hills the British retreated to the fort. 
The American Shipping fired on the British but Commodore Salters wing fired grape Shot on his 
own ~ illegible * ^' - before they got to the Shore and killed the whole of them. 

When the troops got on the top of the hill on the cleared ground in plain view of the 
British Fort, the oflScers formed the men ready for a charge to the fort, but when Gel. Lovell came 
up he ordered us to halt and go to heaving up breast works and making forts. They continued to 
do so for about three weeks - illegible - Boston that carried he believe — eighteen — shells 
called 'the old Low [or Sow? * ^] ." and three shells fix)m her on the British. The British officer 
sent a flag and begged them not to throw any more Shells there for it was their hospital. Upon 
which Gel. Lovell ordered them to desist. One night a number of men drawn out of said company 
deponent with them under the command of CoL Hunter Stormed a redoubt and took it. They 
took three prisoners. Kept the redoubt, the possession of it. The three prisoners informed that 
the place they had before been bombing was not an ho^ital & they then resumed the 
bombardment of that place. 

The British had the main part of the Penobscot Indians with them. The Americans had 
about one hundred Indians of tl^ Penobscot tribe with them. The Americans kept two Spy brigs 
and betwixt Penobscot River and St. Johns, they came in and informed them that the Rainbow and 
the Flora and a good many other of the Kings Ships were bearing down upon therai GeL Lovell 
ordered the Americans to evacuate the Forts on Bayaduce Neck and to put everything on board 
the transports and run up Penobscot River. Commodore Salter after they all got on board, run all 
the ships except the Hunter ? * * up the Penobscot River. The British Sloping pursued and 



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Salter ordered everything to be taken out the vessels and the Shipping to be burnt. The Hunter 
remained and fought until she was taken. 

When the Americans troops landed they v^^ent through the wilderness for three weeks until 
they struck Kennebeck River, where there were settlements. Deponent on this occasion had 
enlisted for three months which was out by the time the An^ricans reached the settlements above 
the Kennebeck. Thinks this was some time towards the last of August or the first of September. 
The expedition as before mentioned was for 3 months under the oflScers as they have been before 
stated. After the expiration of the Rhode Island tour he returned home and in the month of May 
was discharged from that service - remained home about one year - and then under the command 
of the same officers who commanded in the Rhode Island ejqjedition - he went out to Bayaduce 
Neck as before stated where and when the before mentioned service took place. Entered this last 
service in the month of June year not remembered and was discharged at Fort Western [?] at the 
head of navigation on Kennebeck River. Had no written discharge. Knows of no person whose 
testimony he can procure who can testify to his service. Has a record of his age in his own family 
bible taken from his fether's bible. Lived in the same town of Bordenham until fifteen years since 
when he moved to the township of Ohio, County and State aforesaid where he has since 
continued to reside. And does now reside. 

Abel Donham, John Donham, Henry Donham, Mr. Pompeliy and Captain Rathbone, 
Chapman Archer, his neighbours, know him *^^ - and can testify to his character for veracity and 
their belief of his services as a soldier of tl^ revolution. He hereby relinquishes every claim 
whatever to a pension except the present, and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of 
the agency of any State. 

Sworn to in Open Court August 9* 1832, 

J. D. Morris, Clerk Pro Tem. JOHN WHEELER * 28 

[Chapman Archer am! WEliam Robb, a clergyman gave an affidavit 
vouching for John Wheeler's Revolutionary service and his age.] 

[Many letters had been written to the Pension Office asking for mformation; some naming wives, 
children, etc. of the particular John Wheeler they were inquiring about. His actual application 
above and other papers do not give that information; but serious researchers might wish to check 
those inquiries for clues. * ^^] 

(This information was found on pages 77, 78, and 79 of the Clermont County, Ohio, 
Revolutionary War Veterans: Vol. Three) 



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9 December 1994 

Dear Margie: 

You've absolutely no idea how thrilled I was to hear from you and receive that valuable, 
valuabie Wheeler informatioa Are you aware that you had an unknown mother of the direct line 
on which Fra working? Yep, JOHN WHEELER's marriage to Anna Thonq)son in 1790! I had 
his three marriages from the enclosed "DAR Patriot Index" and had the dates for the &st and last 
but not Anna. Turns out, she is the mother of whom I THINK is John's son, David H. Wheeler - 
rather than Dorothy Coombs. 

I am working on the Wheelers for friends of mine, Robert C. Wheeler, and everything 
points to John being his ancestor: 

Mr. Wheeler's fether was: Bom Died 

Conrad S. Wheeler 1870-1932 Clay Co., Indiana - Terre Haute, Indiana 
Philip Wheeler 1838-1916 Clay Co., Indiana - died Illinois 

David H. Wheeler 1801-1881 b. Maine - Clay County, Indiana 

In the 1880 Census, David's place of birth was Maine; his parents' place of birth was 
Massachusetts; and David married in Clermont County. A William T. Wheeler died 
suddenly (long involved will) while visiting in 1851 in Clay Co. (from ILL), he mentioned 
his mother and fether - Margery and William Wheeler in Clermont Co., Ohio. For sure, 
John Wheeler is the &ther of William. 

First, I found the enclosed "Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files" and then took 
off on John. He is also in the 'DAR Patriot Index" which I have with the three wives. Several 
months ago, I sent off for his pension papers and spent a couple of days trying to decipher them! 
A month later, I found in the Orlando, FL library the enclosed pension papers. I must say, that I 
had initially typed it with an atlas at hand so that "my version" on places is a little different. Also, 
I sat with my "DAR Patriot Index" and was able to figure out some of the commanding oflScers' 
names. At any rate, he does mention Simoa 

Some of David's children's names are *sho suspicious: John, David, Elizabeth ANN (first 
daughter). John - second son with first son being names for David's wife's fether. I realize, one 
can't put too much weight on the name "John". 

Mr. Wheeler's dai^ter (the mother of grown children) lives in Maine (!) but has never 
done genealogy. The Wheelers are going up there Christmas and will take everything that I've 
done plus most of what you sent me. Tl^y also plan to visit the Wheeler Cemetery in Bowdoin! 
I recently ordered a 1993 book, "Cemetery Inscriptions and Revohitionary, War of 1812, and 
Civil War Veterans of Bowdoin, Maine" and have typed information on all those bom before 
1800 on the Wheeler names. Ofcourse, the helpfiil early tombstones are long gone. I was hoping 
to find an early Sarah who might have been the naother of Simon and John who had remarried. 
Nothing! The book did state that most records were lost in a fire in 1872. I searched 
Massachusetts IGI for Sarahs who married and con:q)ared the married names vrith femily names in 



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this book... nothing to help. I am sending the book to Maine. It was feirly cheap - $22 - so if you 
are interested in the publisher, let me know. 

I have now ordered the Wheeler book pages 498-501 through our library and shall order 
some other femily books I've found on ILL right after Christmas. I have a Higginson Catalog 
which sells the following, but I hate to spend the Wheeler's money (and mine) if I can get the 
books on loan. They are: 
Book on Abraham Temple's line - $ 47.50 
Book on Isaac Stems' line - 97.50 

Book on William Russell's line - 46.50 
THE Wheeler Book . - 169.00 !! 

Book on Nicholas Parlin's line - 43.00 
Several Waite books 

If you are interested in purchasing any of these and need the address, etc, of Higginson 
Book Company, let n^ know. It would be a crime to pay $169 for the Wheeler book when it had 
only 4 pages on **your" line. 

I'm sending a carbon of the page I typed for the Wheeler's daughter on what I've found 
on John. If you are interested in a FGS or chart on the Wheelers, let me know. If you are like I, 
your space is precious. I am enclosing some stamps to cover the postage and copies of what you 
sent earlier. And if I can help you at all, please let me know. 

Have a wonderful Christmas and good findings in '95. 

Thank you agam, 

Betty 



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CHAPTER IV 

Fourth Generation and Allied Families 

1735-1817 

SERGT ISAAC ^ WHEELER, son of Isaac ^ and Sarah (Lawrence) Wheeler, bom at 
Medfield March 24, 1735, married at Rutland, Massachusetts, March 14, 1765 Elizabeth Stone, 
daughter of John and Elizabeth (Stone) Stone of Rutland. 

The children of Isaac and Elizabeth, aU bom at Rutland, were: 

(1) Dorcas, bom Jan. 7, 1766, married April 6, 1786 Asa Davis of Rutland, settled in 
Hancock, N.H. and died there July 2, 1803. 

(2) Caty, bom Feb. 15, 1767, married Jan. 21, 1790 Isaac Stevens of Holden, settled in 
Barre, Vt., and died there April 13, 1860 aged 93. 

(3) Elizabeth, bom Nov. 10, 1769, married Nov. 26, 1795 Joel Gleason of Holden, died 
Feb 25, 1817. 

(4) ISAAC, bora Dec. 2, 1771, married Jan. 29, 1804 Betsey Murray of Rutland, settled 
in Garland, Maine, and died there March 14, 1853. 

(5) Jacob, bom Feb. 9, 1774, unmarried, settled in Garland, Maine and died there in 1807. 

(6) Sybil, bom Nov. 9, 1775, married Jan. 6, 1800 Johnson Henry of Rutland and died 
therein 1863. 

(7) Sarah, bom Oct. 7, 1779, married May 12, 1802 James Holbrook lived at Garland, 
Maine, Rutland and Boylston, Mass., died Oct. 24, 1827. 

(8) REUBEN, bom May 3, 1782, married at Lancaster Dec. 17, 1807 Sally Whitney, 
lived in Hubbardston, Worcester and Boston. 

(9) ELI, bom Sept. 3, 1784, married May 26, 1807 Lucy Ames of Rutland, died Oct. 12, 
1861. 

Isaac "* Wheeler died at Rutland AprO 22, 1817 aged 82 years. His wife Elizabeth died 
Dec. 22, 1813 aged 70. 



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Isaac "* Wheeler lived with his father in Medfield until he was twenty years of age when he 
accompanied the family to Rutland and continued with his father upon the Rutland farm until the 
death of the latter in 1 769. In his younger days he must have been quite an athlete, for soon after 
coming to Rutland, upon being dared to the deed by an uncle, he jumped across Harwoods brook 
at the bend above the "pond hole" in the great meadow, while the uncle essaying the same feat, 
ignominiously failed and measured his length in the muddy bed of the brook. The width of the 
brook at this point at the present time is from 18 to 20 feet. Isaac was a private in Capt. Peter 
Davis' company of Col Ruggles' regiment which marched for the relief of Fort William Henry in 
1757. His name appears upon "A muster Roll" dated at Rutland Jan. 22, 1759 and by this it 
appears that Isaac served with his company which "marched from Rutland to Kinderhook." 
(Military Archives, State House, Boston). 

On Oct. 5, 1763 his father deeded him one half of the home farm and on March 14, 1765 
he married Elizabeth Stone, the daughter of one of his neighbors. 

After the death of his father in 1769 he was appointed administrator of the estate upon the 
request of his mother and a part of his brothers and sisters, and on Oct. 19 of the same year he 
bought of the remainder of the heirs their interest in the other half of the Rutland farm, the 
consideration being £200, this deed being signed by his mother and all his brothers and sisters. 
(Worcester Registry of Deeds B61 P306). 

On Dec. 8, 1770, he bought of Edward Selfridge seven and one half acres of land lying 
near Harwoods brook and adjoining his ferm. (Worcester Registry of Deeds B64 P376). 

During the troublous times immediately preceding the American Revolution, Isaac was a 
Sergeant in the Rutland Company of Minute Men and upon receipt of the tidings from Lexington 
and Concord, he marched with his company and joined the American Army at Cambridge. 

His name may be found in the Military Archives in the State House at Boston upon the 
"Lexington Alarm Roll" as Sergeant of "Capt. Thomas Eustis Company which marched to 
Cambridge April 19, 1775." He served in the army during the seige of Boston in 1775 and 1776. 

His brother Abraham Wheeler, and Asa Davis who later became his son-in-law, and 
Timothy Metcalfe a cousin who had come from Dedham to Rutland, were all members of this 
company. 

Lieut. John Stone, and Israel Stone, his brothers-in-law and five cousins of his wife were 
also in this company, making ten persons in the Rutland Company who were related to Isaac 
Wheeler by blood or marriage. 

Of this company. Read, the historian of Rutland says, "They were as fine and brave a 
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In 1779, Isaac was a Sergeant in Capt. Phineas Walker's Company in the 7* Mass. Reg't., 
which was a Worcester Comity regiment, and was in the detachment of Guards on duty at 
Rutland. (Military^ Archives, State House, Boston.) 

Several other relatives of Isaac Wheeler were soldiers in the Revolutionary army. 

His cousins, Moses Wheeler and Isaac Wheeler of Holden, were members of the Holden 
company and the former died at Valley Forge, while another cousin Rice Wheeler, a grandson of 
Zebediah ^ went into the army from Warren, Massachusetts. 

Capt. Adam Wheeler of Hubbardston, the husband of Isaac's sister Mercy was a captain in 
the Continental Army during the war. 

In 1778 Isaac was a member of the committee appointed by the town of Rutland "to 
provide things for the wifes and families of the soldiers gone into the Continental service from 
Rutland for three years or during the war," and in 1 779 he was a member of the committee "to 
make an estimate of all the charges that have arisen in the town of Rutland in support of the 
Present war since the commencement thereof" (Rutland Records). 

In addition to filling various minor town offices in Rutland at dijQferent times Isaac was a 
selectman in 1789-91-93 and 95 and was one of a committee of three appointed by the town to 
sell the pews in the meeting house in 1800. 

Besides his home ferm, Isaac owned other real estate in Rutland and elsewhere. 

On May 3, 1785, he with two associates bought of the heirs of Wm. McCobb a farm of 66 
acres with a "mansion house" and bam, situated on the "road from Towers Mill to the meeting 
house, and adjoining Alexander Murray's farm." (Worcester Registry of Deeds BlOO Page 245). 

On Dec. 2, 1785 Isaac bought the rights of one of the two other associates mentioned 
above. There is no record of the sale of this estate. On Jan. 16, 1793 he bought of Jonathan 
Jackson of Newburyport 100 acres of land in Wendell, Mass. the consideration being £70. 
(Franklin Co. Registry of Deeds B6 P266). 

This farm was in the south part of the town and the north end extended onto "Whetstone 
HiU," it being lot No. 63, listed as "first rate" upon a plan recorded in Hampden Co. Registry of 
Deeds Book 10 P 630. On June 20, 1797 he sold this estate to EU Wood for $400.66 and in this 
deed reference is made to other land belonging to Isaac in Wendell of which there appears to be 
no record. (Franklin Co. Registry of Deeds B13 P390). 

In 1807 he received from the estate of his son Jacob who died in Maine, another farm in 
Wendell consisting of 82 acres lying on Millers River upon both sides of the present location of 
the B. & M. R. R. The mills, water power, depot and all that portion of the village of Farley now 
within the limits of Wendell are located upon this property. He sold it on April 30, 1 8 1 3 to 



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William Flemming of Wendell, reserving the house which he had previously sold and which was to 
be removed, (Franklin Co. Registry of Deeds B31 P404). 

Abel Gunn (or Abel Death) to whom Isaac sold the above mentioned house, removed it to 
Mormon Hollow in Wendell two or three miles j&om Millers River, where it still stands being 
now, or recently, owned by one Baker. 

In addition to the real estate mentioned above Isaac had money invested in mortgages. 

On Nov. 1 7, 1 806 he deeded one half of his home estate to his youngest son Eli who was 
the only son remaining at home, Isaac and Jacob having removed to Garland, Maine, and Reuben 
to Hubbardston, Mass. 

Jacob bought a farm at Garland and died there in the early part of 1807, the administrator 
having been appointed June 2, 1807. His property consisted of about 180 acres of land in 
''Hancock Co. Mass" - now Penobscott County Maine - being lot No. 6 in the "Fifth Range of 
Townships north of the Waldo Patent"; - 75 acres, which was one half of a farm that he owned by 
his brother Isaac, being lot No. 1 in the fifth range of lots in township No. 4 in the Seventh Range 
of Townships north of the Waldo Patent; the form of 82 acres in Wendell mentioned above, and 
some personal property, among the latter mentioned in the inventory being "Porter's Evidences of 
Christianity" and "Watts' Psalms and Hymns." 

All this property fell to Isaac Wheeler as Jacob had no family- 

In 1813 James Holbrook a son-in-law of Isaac, who had settled also in Maine but had 
returned to Rutland, built a house at Rutland on land of Isaac and EU Wheeler a short distance 
west of their dwelling house, and on Jan. 20, 1816 he sold all his right and title to it to Isaac and 
EU. 

This house is still standing and is owned by the heirs of Mrs. Abby A. Peterson who was a 
great grand daughter of Isaac '* Wheeler. 

Isaac and his wife joined the first church in Rutland Nov, 2, 1766 and continued members 
as long as they lived, Isaac being a member for 5 1 years. 

Isaac "* Wheeler died on April 22, 1 817 aged 82 years and six months and was buried in 
the old cemetery at Rutland Center by the side of his wife Elizabeth who died Dec. 15, 1813 and 
near the grave of his fether, Isaac ^ Wheeler. 

Isaac Wheeler was a man whose kindness and estimable qualities were long remembered 
by his descendants. His helpfiilness and generosity to some of his grandchildren who were left 
fetherless at an early age were of the greatest assistance in enabling them to combat adverse 
circumstances and to make a start in life. Some years since one of these grandsons, Eli Holbrook 
of West Boylston showed his gratitude by causing to be erected over the graves of Isaac and 
Elizabeth a stone perpetuating their memory. 



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ELIZABETH ' STONE wife of Isaac ' Wheeler was the daughter of John ' and Elizabeth 
(Stone) Stone and was bom at Rutland March 29, 1743. Her father was a descendant of 
Gregory' Stone, and came from Framingham to Rutland. Her brother John was Lieutenant of the 
Rutland company of Minute Men in which her husband Isaac was Sergeant. Another brother, 
Israel, was also a Revolutionary soldier and afterwards went with Gen. Rufiis Putnam to Ohio and 
settled at Mariatte. Her cousin Samuel Stone, Jr, was also a Revolutionary soldier. 

Her brother, Lieut, (afterward Capt.) John Stone, after his return from the war bought the 
place adjoining the Wheeler form on the south east and lived there the remainder of his life. 

Gen. Charles P. Stone of the Union Army during the Civil War and afterward commander 
of the Egyptian army was a descendant of a brother of Elizabeth Stone. 

The genealogy of her family is as follows. 

1590-1672 

GREGORY ' STONE, son of Rev. Samuel Stone, bom in Sudbury, Suffolk Co., England 
in 1590 and baptized at Nayland, England April 19, 1592, married (1) at Nayland, England July 
20, 1617 Margaret Garrard baptized at Nayland Dec. 5, 1597 and buried at Nayland Aug. 4, 
1626, and (2) Mrs. Lydia ( ) Cooper. 

The children of Gregory and Margaret and Gregory and Lydia were: 

(1) JOHN, baptized at Nayland, England July 31, 1618, married about 1639 Anne How, 
settled in Sudbury, Mass. 

(2) Daniel - 'a chirurgeon," settled in Boston. 

(3) David — married (1) about 1648 Elizabeth and (2) Dorcas 



(4) Sarah, bom in England in 1633, married July 12, 1653 Joseph Merriam of Concord. 
Died at Lexington April 8, 1704 aged 71. 

(5) DEA SAMUEL, BORN ESf 1635 MARRIED JUNE 7, 1655 SARAH STEARNS OF 
WALTHAM, SETTLED IN LEXINGTON AND DIED THERE SEPT. 27, 1715 AGED 80. 

(6) Elizabeth — married Anthony Potter of Ipswich. 

Gregory ' Stone died at Cambridge Nov. 30, 1672 aged 82 and his wife Lydia died June 
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HISTORY 

Gregory ' Stone came from England to this country with his family in 1635 settling at 
Cambridge as early as 1637. He was the son of Rev. Samuel Stone a non-conformist minister. 

He lived near Mt. Auburn and owned lands both at Cambridge and Watertown. He was 
one of the proprietors of Watertown although he never resided there. He was admitted freeman 
May 25, 1636, was a member of the first church and its deacon. He was a representative to the 
General Court in 1638. He evidently owned some land adjoining Harvard College as the 
proprietor's record of Cambridge contains the following description of land sold by Gregory 
Stone: 

"One Acar of Land in the Oxe Paster more or Less; as it is now fenced in, one / East end 
Mr. Thomas Sheppard; the north end reaching to the Cow Common; the Colledge Lootte on y^ 
South side and Nathaniel Sparrowhawke on the North Side." 

He also owned land at West Cambridge (now Lexington) and at Fresh Pond. He sold his 
Watertown lands to one Sparhawk in 1639. 

He died at Cambridge Nov. 30, 1672 and his wife Lydia died June 24, 1674. 

1618-1683 

JOHN ^ STONE, son of Gregory and Margaret (Garrard) Stone, bom in Nayland, 
England in 1618 (baptized July 31, 1618), married in 1639 Anne How, daughter of Elder Edward 
How. 

The children of John and Anne, all bom at Sudbury, were: 

(1) Hannah, bom June 6, 1640, married July 1, 1658 John Bent. 

(2) Mary — married (1) Isaac Hunt, and (2) Sept. 30, 1681 Eliphalet Fox. 

(3) DEA DANIEL, BORN AUG. 31, 1644, MARRIED (1) NOV. 22, 1667 MRS. 
MARY (MOORE) WARD WHO DIED JUNE 10, 1703, AND (2) FEB. 8, 1704, ABIGAIL 

WHEELER, (DAUGHTER OF ABRAHAM AND TABITHA ( ) WHEELER OF 

LANCASTER), WHO DIED OCT. 28, 1711 AND (3) NOV. 18, 1712 RUTH HA YNES. 

(4) David, bom Oct. 31, 1646, married Susanna — died at Framingham in 1737 aged 91. 

(5) Margaret, bom Oct. 22, 1653, married Jan. 11, 1675-6 William Brown. 

(6) TABITHA, BORN MAY 20, 1655, MARRIED MAY 27, 1674 JOHN RICE. (Also 
married Abraham Wheeler-our direct line) 



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(7) Sarah, bom Sept. 22, 1657, married Jacob Hill. 

(8) Nathaniel, bom May 1 1, 1660, married April 25, 1684 Sarah Wayt of Maiden. 
John ^ Stone died at Cambridge May 5, 1683. 

fflSTORY 

John ^ Stone married Anne the daughter of Elder Edward How of Watertown and settled 
in Sudbury being one of the early proprietors of that town and sharing in the first three divisions 
of land. His house was in that portion of town now within the limits of Wayland. In 1643 he 
received a grant of land 'In Natick bounds," and m 1645 he sold his house and land in Sudbury to 
John Moore. In 1646 or 1647 he built a house at "Otter neck" on the west side of Sudbury River. 
He was town clerk in 1655. In 1656 he bought of the Indians land "At the fals of Sudbury River" 
(now Saxonville) and the General Court confirmed his purchase which he "had just broken up" 
and granted him 50 acres in addition. He was the first settler at this place and the first white man 
to locate within the limits of what is now the town of Framingham. 

He owned all the land now occupied by that portion of Saxonville lying west of the 
Sudbury River and acquired several hundred acres v^dthin the town of Framingham. 

His house, built in 1658 was on the spot now occupied by the depot of the B. & A. R. R. 
in Saxonville. 

In 1659, probably, he built at the falls the first mill ever erected in Framingham- In Barry's 
history of Framingham, it is stated that John Stone was known as deacon, and that he was a mling 
elder of the Sudbury church. In 1679 he was one of the three commissioners appointed by the 
General Court "for to order and settle the rebuilding of Lancaster," and in the same year he was 
appointed upon a committee to settle the disputed location of a meeting house in Sherbom. His 
sons Daniel and David settled near their fether in 1667. 

He removed to Cambridge sometime before 1682 in which year he was ordained as a 
Ruling Elder in the Cambridge church. He represented Cambridge in the General Court in 1682 
and 1683, and died at Cambridge May 5, 1683 aged bout 65. Near the center of the cemetery of 
the first church in Cambridge is a stone marking the grave of John Stone and bearing the 
following inscription: 

"Memento te esse Mortalem. 
Here lyeth interred / body of 
Elder John Stone — Aged 64 years" 
Who departed this life ye 5* of May 1683. 

ANNE ^ HOW, wife of John ^ Stone, was a daughter of Edward How, Ruling Elder of 
the church of Watertown, and his wife, Margaret ( ). She was bom in England. 



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Edward ' How was made freeman May 14, 1632 and was one of the original proprietors 
of Watertown. He was selectman in 1637-39-41-42 and 43, and representative to the General 
Court in 1642 and 1643. He was part owner of a mill in Watertown. He died in June or July 
1644, leaving a will in which he mentions his wife Margaret and two daughters. A copy of this 
will may be found in the Hist, and Gen. Register VoL 3; Page 77. 

1660-1732 

NATHANIEL ^ STONE, son of Elder John and Anne (How) Stone, bom in Sudbury May 
1 1, 1660, married at Sudbury April 25, 1684 Sarah Wayt of Maiden. 

The children of Nathaniel and Sarah, all bom in Framingham were: 

(1) Nathaniel, bom Oct. 15, 1685, married at Concord Aug. 10, 171 1 Mary Cutler (or 
Cutter) of Sudbury. Died at Sudbury June 9, 1729. 

(2) Ebenezer, bom April 16, 1688, married May 10, 1721 Prudence Pratt of Concord. 

(3) Jonathan, bom March 24, 1690, married Oct. 1 1, 1716 Abiel Bigelow. 

(4) Isaac. 

(5) John, bom March 1, 1700-1 died young. 

(6) John, bom April 13, 1702, married (1) Jan. 13, 1731 Elizabeth Stone, who died at 
Rutland May 21, 1751, and (2) in 1766 Mrs. Mary (Stratton) Brown. 

(7) Mary, bom Dec. 19, 1705, married Coggin. 

(8) Sarah, bora Oct. 12, 1708, married Carter. 

(9) Capt. Hezekiah, bom March 5, 1710-1, married Ruth How of Sudbury, removed to 
Oxford. Died July 18, 1771. 

HISTORY 

Nathaniel ^ Stone lived at the Falls of Sudbury River, now SaxonvOle, in the town of 
Framingham, where he was selectman for four years. He was admitted to the church May 16, 
1725. 

He died in Framingham m October 1732 aged 72 years. His wiU was dated June 23, 1732, 
and entered for probate Nov. 2, 1732. 



3 4 1 



There seems to be no record of Sarah Way! of Maiden other than that of her marriage to 
Nathaniel Stone. It is probable that she was the daughter of John Wayt, an early settler of 
Maiden. 

1702-1776 

DBA JOHN ^ STONE, son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Wayt) Stone, bom at Framingham, 
Mass. April 13, 1702, married (1) at Sudbury, Mass. Jan 13, 1731 Elizabeth ^ Stone, daughter of 
Capt. Samuel and Abigail (Reed) Stone, bom at Sudbury, Dec. 21, 1713, died at Rutland May 21, 
1751 and (2) in 1766, Mrs. Mary (Stratton) Brown, daughter of Samuel Stratton of Holden. 

The children of John and Elizabeth, all bom at Rutland, were: 

(1) Capt. John, bom Dec. 18, 1732, married Sept. 9, 1755 Lucy Fletcher. Died July 30, 
1819 aged 87. His wife died Jan. 31, 1824 aged 89. 

(2) Abigail, bom Oct. 5, 1734 died Feb. 16, 1755. 

(3) Sarah, bom Dec. 14, 1736 lived to old age - unmarried. 

(4) Eunice, bom March 21, 1738-9, married March 19, 1758 Isaac Bellows of Rutland. 

(5) Beulah, bom April 15, 1741, married Silas Jones of Templeton (Intentions May 3, 
1774). 

(6) ELIZABETH, BORN MARCH 29, 1743, MARRIED MARCH 14, 1765 ISAAC 
WHEELER OF RUTLAND. DIED DEC. 22, 1813 AGED 70. 

(7) Dorcas, bom May 10, 1745 died Dec. 22, 1747. 

(8) Hepsibah, bom April 3, 1747, married (Int. Feb. 10, 1770) Jonathan Gates. 

(9) Israel, bom April 15, 1749, married July 12, 1768 Lydia Barrett of Rutland, Soldier in 
Revolutionary War. Removed to Marrietta, Ohio. 

John "* Stone died at Rutland Oct. 11,1 776 aged 74 years and sic months, 

HISTORY 

John ''Stone came from Framingham to Rutland and married Elizabeth Stone, a distant 
relative. His house at Rutland was upon the old "Hardwick Turnpike," now knovm as the Central 
Tree Road, upon land now owned by the State Sanatorium and near the large elm now called the 
"Central Tree" of the State. His farm extended from this road to the south and west shores of 
Lake Muschopauge, the whole farm being now owned by the State, with the exception of a small 
strip at the westerly end of the lake now owned by the heirs of Walter A. Wheeler, a great great 



342 



grandson of John Stone. Since the settlement by John Stone, this piece has always been in the 
possession of the Stone and Wheeler femilies. 

John ^ Stone died at Rutland Oct. 1 1, 1776 aged 74 V2 years. 

ELIZABETH ^ STONE, wife of John ^ Stone was, like himself, a descendant of Gregory ^ 
Stone, (Samuel ^ Samuel ' Samuel ^ Gregory ' ), so that the descendants of Elizabeth (Stone) 
Wheeler are descended from Gregory Stone in two different ways. Her father Samuel ''was bom 
in Concord Aug. 12, 1684 and lived at Concord, Lexington and Sudbury where Elizabeth was 
bora on Dec. 21, 1713. He was one of the proprietors of Rutland and settled there in 1722 
coming from Sudbury. He was one of the prominent citizens of the town for twenty two years. 

His farm was at Rutland Summit on the present line of the Central Massachusetts 
Railroad. 

In 1 744, after getting his sons well settled at Rutland he removed to Lexington where he 
was selectman in 1765. 

He was also a captain of the militia. He died at Lexington April 5, 1769. 

1746-1817 

ABRAHAM ^ WHEELER, son of Isaac and Sarah (Lawrence) Wheeler bom at Medfield 
May 2, 1746, married (1) at Rutland Aug. 22, 1770 Jemima Walker, bom in Sudbury in 1747, 
daughter of Capt. Phineas and Beulah (Clap) Walker, who died Dec. 2, 1802, and (2) in 1803 
Mrs. Catee ( ) Munroe of Hubbardston, Massachusetts. 

The children of Abraham and Jemima, all bora at Rutland, were: 

(1) Paul, bom June 13, 1771, married at Worcester Feb. 23, 1803 Mary Read. Settled as 
a physician at Wardsboro, Vt. 

(2) Lucinda, bora Nov. 23, 1773, married in 1793 Thomas Read of Rutland. 

(3) Abigail, bom Oct. 18, 1775. Died Aug. 5, 1784. 

(4) Silas, baptized March 29, 1778. Died May 26, 1785. 

(5) Calvin, bom July 13, 1780. Settled at Providence, Saratoga Co., New York. 

(6) Luther, bom Sept. 23, 1782, married (1) Sarah ChOds and (2) Sarah Hooper. 

(7) Rowland, bora Oct. 21, 1785, married April 10, ISIO Lydia Gates. 
Abraham Wheeler died at Rutland July 20, 1817. 



343 



fflSTORY 
Abraham ^ Wheeler came to Rutland with his fether Isaac in 1 755 when a boy of nine 



years. 



He lived for some time in Hubbardston on a farm acquired from his father, but later 
returned to Rutland where he bought a ferm near New Boston and resided there imtil his death in 
1817. He was a member of the Rutland company of Minute Men that marched to Cambridge 
after the battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775. 

(This information is from The Richard Wheeler Book This is from the chapter on Stones - sent 
to Margie Stevens by Betty Burke) 



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Pedigree 



of Our 



jTiLii V v^ lorsi 




Q U-Z-l- C\ 



Pedigree Chart 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 1 



16 



8 Simon WHEELER 



4 Simon WHEELER 



8:1781 BEPS 

P : Greene,LincoIn,Mainc 

M:15 Mar 1804 

P : Greene, Androscoggin,Maine 9 iHannah REED 

D:2 Apr 1853 

P : Charleston,Penobscot,Maine 



2 Levi WHEELER 



B:5Jull812 BEPS 

P : Greene,Androscoggm,Maine 

M:15 May 1838 

P : Abington.PjMassachusetts 

D:31 Jan 1886 

P:PROVO,Utah,Utah 



Simon WHEELER 

B:Abt 1720 
M:13 Jul 1742 
D:I758 



be PS 



B:Abt 1743 BEPS 

P : Acton, W,Massachusetts 1 7 

M:1764 

P : of Acton, W,Massachusetts 

D: 18 Josh ua REED 

P: 



Sarah TEMPLE 

B: 19 Mar 1722 
D: 



BEPS 



B: 
M: 



B:1743 



BEPS 



P :of Acton,M,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



19 



B: 
D: 

20 John STEVENS 



10 Jacob STEVENS 



5 Sarah STEVENS 



B:1764 BEPS 

P: Charlton, W,Massachusetts 21 
M:5 Apr 1786 



B:23 Jan 1718 
M:2 Oct 1744 
D:29 Mar 1804 

Rachel NEEDHAM 



BEPSC 



B:26 Apr 1786 BEPS 

P : Greene, Androscog^n,Maine 

D:Novl863 

P :Paw Paw.Lee, Illinois 



C:27 Oct 1728 
0:1764/1765 



11 



D:Novl844 
P: 

Martha PETTINGELL 



22 MARK PETTENGILL 



BEPSC 
6 



B:22 Dec 1728 
M: 13 Jan 1754 
D: 



BEPS 



1 Levi Lincoln WHEELER 

'B:22 Aug 1838 BEPS 

P : Abington,P,Massachusets 
M: 30 Nov 1868 
P : Salt Lakc,Salt Lake,Utah 
0:5 Jan 1918 
P :Blackfoot,Bingham,Idaho 



Sarah CLOUGH 



B: 30 May 1764 BEPS 

23 

P : North Yannouth„Maine 

0:24 May 1853 

P: 

24 Nathaniel ARNOLD 



B:18 May 1738 
0: 



BEPS 



12 



1 



6 Jonathon ARNOLD 



Sarah Jane LA VEND ER 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B: 20 May 1798 BEPS 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

M:3 Oct 1817 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 1 3 

D: 



B: 10 Nov 1754 
Thomas Hender ARNOLD(+| l^- ^ ^ ^^n 1777 
B:1777 BEPSc j^^ 

P : Bralntree,N,Massachusctts 25 iThankful FIELD 
M: 16 Feb 1796 
P : Abington,P,Massadiuselts 
D: 
P: 



BEPSC 



9 



B:25 Mar 1758 
0: 

26 Caleb CHARD 



Mary (Polly) CHARD 



BEPSC 



10 



B:I741 

M:21 Dec 1858 

0: 



3 Mary Ann WILDER ARNOLD 
B:30Junl822 BEPS 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 
0:11 Mar 1850 
P :Paw Paw,Lee,Drmois 



B:4 Nov 1767 BEPSc 

P : Abington,P.Massachusetts ^7 JiannahBURRELL 

0: 



BEPsC 



JH 



P: 



14 Ezra DAMON 



B:1745 
0: 

28 Joseph DAMON 



BE sC 



12 



7 Mary Wilder DAMON 



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B:1799 BEPS 

P : Hanover,P,Massachusetts 

0:23 Sep 1881 

P:Abington,P,Massachusetts jsiAnna WILDER 



jB: 16 Dec 1720 
jM: 13 Nov 1742 
10:9 Mar 1807 



B:1754 BEPS 

P : Abington,P,Massadiusetts 29 IJoanna DAMON 

M: 18 Jan 1781 

P : Hln^am,P,Massachusetts 

^'•^"^ ^^^^ 30 Thomas WIL DER 

P : Hanover,P.Massachusetts 



B:4 May 1722 
0:2 Nov 1792 



B:7 Nov 1759 



BEPS 



BEPSc 

13 

BEPSc 

14 



B:13 Sep 1726 
M:ll Jan 1749/1750 
0: 



BEpS 



P : Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

0:23 Sep 1831 

P :Hanover,P,Massachusetts 



31 Sarah GARNET 



B:22 Oct 1730 
0:Abt 1782 



J5 



BE S 



4 

'4RM 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 1. 



Chart no. 2 



Ifi Richard WHEELER 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Richard WHEELER 



B:1585 
M:1610 
D: 



BE SC 



Elizabeth 



4 Abraham WHEELER 



r. 



IB: 7 Dec 1659 BEPSc 

P :Dedham,N,Massachiisetts 

M:1681 

P :Dedham,N,Massachusetts 

|d: Oct 1695 

P :Lancaster,M,Massachusetts 



8:1611 BEPS 

P : Canfield,Bedford,England 1 7 

M:2Junl658 

P :Lancaster,M,Massachusetts 

D: 10 Feb 1676 18 Jo hnPRESCOTT 

P :Dedham,N,Massachusetts 



B:1589 
D: 



BE SC 



16 



Sarah PRESCOTT 



B:1637 



BEPS 



2 Jonathan WHEELER 



B:1685 BEPSc 

P :Dedham,N,Massachusetts 

M:29 Aug 1710 

P : Concord,M,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



P :Prescott Mali fax, Y,England 

D:25 Aug 1714 

P : Stowc„Massachusett$ 



19 



B:Abtl604 
M: 21 Jan 1629 
D:Abt 1681 



BEPS 



Mary GAWK-ROGER 17 

B:Abtl611 BEPS 

D:Abl 1674 



20 



10 John STONE 



Tabitha STONE(+} 



B:20 May 1655 BEpSc 

P : Sudbuiy>l,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:1618 

P :Nayland„England 21 

M:1630 

P : Sudbury,M,Massachusetts 

D: 22 

P: 

Anne HOWE 



B: 
D: 

Edward HOWE Elder 



1 Simon WHEELER 



B:Abtl720 be PS 

P :Lancaster,M,Massachusetts 

M: 13 Jul 1742 

o : Acton, Westford,Massachusetts 

D:1758 
P: 



B:Abt 1620 

P : Watertown„Massachusetts 

D: 



12 Richard RUSSELL 



23 



24 



Sarah TEMPLE 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 William RUSSELL 

|B:Abt 1659 

|P:„Englaiid 

Im:29 Apr 1685 

P :Kempston,B3ngtand 

D: 
P: 



BEPS 



C: 16 Jan 1625 

P : Westoning,B,England 

M: 17 Jan 1652 

P:Oakiey,B»EngIand 

D: 

P: 



BEPSC 
25 



B: 
D: 

John RUSSELL 

C:8 Sep 1583 
M:ll Nov 1611 
D: 



BE S 



AnnCATTON 



18 



C:25 Aug 1588 
D: 



26 



r^JHannah RUSSELL 



B:28 May 1690 BEPSc 

P : Concord,M,Massachusetts 

D: 
P: 



13 Elizabeth FENDON 

C:28 Nov 1631 
P:0akley3.Engiand 

D: 
P: 



14 William ROSE 



BEPSC 
27 



BE S 

William fFJp diiif^ ) FINDON 19 
C:5 Aug 1610 BEPSC 

Nl:l Jul 1629 
D: 

Ann CHAMBERLAIiNE 



28 



T lEllenROSE 



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B:25 Jul 1670 BEPS 

P : Concord,M,Massadiuscts 

D: 

P: 15 



C:25 Jan 1624 BEPSC 

P : Wrestlingworth3,Hngland 29 
M:9 Oct 1644 
P :Elstow,Bedfordshire,England 

D: 30 

Sara NEWOLD 



B:Abt 1610 
D: 

Edward ROSE 

B:Abtl598 

M: 

D: 



SC 



Martha 



B:Abt 1602 
D: 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B:Abt 1624 

P: 

D: 

P: 



BE 



SC 
31 



B: 
D: 



^ \j 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is tiie same as no. 17 on chart no. 1 



Chart no. 3 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Richard TEMPLE 



4 Richard TEMPLE 



2 Joseph TEMPLE 



B:28 Aug 1694 BEPS 

P : Concord,M,Massachusetts 

M: 28 Nov 1717 

P: 

D: 

P: 



B: 15 0a 1654 BEPSC 

P :of Concord,M,Massachusctts 

M:7Junl688 

P: ! 

D: 16 Feb 1697/1698 

P : Concord,M,Massachusetts 



BEPS 



B:Abt 1623 

P: 

M: 

P: 

D: 15 Mar 1689 

P : Concord,M>Iassachusetts 

Joanna 



Ifi Abraham TEMPLE 

B: 

M: 
— D: 



17 



Abigail 



B: 
D: 



18 



B:Abtl625 BE S 

P :oC,Suffolk,Massachusetts 
D: 24 Feb 1688/1689 
P: 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 John PARLIN 



10 Nicholas PARLIN 



Sarah PARLING 



B: I Aug 1668 BEPSC 

P :of Concord,M,Massachusetls 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:Abt 1640 BEPS 

P :oC,Suffolk,Massachusetts 

M: 30 Nov 1665 

P :C,Suffolk,Massachusetts 

D:9 Mar 1722 

P : Concord,M,Massachusetts 

Sarah HANMORE 



B: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 John HANMORE 



1 Sarah TEMPLE 



B: 19 Mar 1722 BEPS 

P :Concord,M,Massachusetts 

M: 13 Jul 1742 

P : Acton, Westford,Massachusetts 

0: 



B:Abt 1644 BEpS 

P :oC,Middlesex,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 Isaac STEARNS 



12 Isaac STEARNS 



6 Samuel STEARNS 



Simon WH EELER 

(Spouse erf no. 1) 



3 Abigail STEARNS 



B: 10 Feb 1700/1701 BEPS 
P : Lexington, M,Massachusetts 
D:20 Aug 1757 
P : Acton,M,Massachusetts 



B:ll Jan 1667/1668 BE s 

P :Concord,M,Massachusetls 

M: 

P: 

0:17 Nov 1721 

P :Lexlngton,M,Massachusetts 



13 



B:6 Jan 1633 BEPS 

P : Watertown,M,Massachusetts 

M:24Junl660 

P: 

D:29 Aug 1676 

P :CF,L,M,Massachusetts 

Sarah BEERS 



B:Abt 1596 
M:20 May 1622 
D:19Junl671 



25 Mary BARKER 



BE S 



20. 



B:Abt 1602 
D:2 Apr 1677 

26 Richard BEERS 



BEPS 



B:5 Dec 1639 BEPS 

P : Lexington, M,Massachusetts 
D: 24 Jan 1723/1724 
P: 



B:1613 
M:1638 
0: 



27 Elizabeth 



BEPsC 



B:1617 
D: 



be sC 



28 



14 



Phebe WAIT 



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720 N. Wabash 

Idaho Falls 

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B:Abtl668 BE s 

P : OL,M,Massachusetis 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 



B: 
M: 

D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



D: 

IP: 



30 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
Mb 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



347 



i 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 20 on chart no. jL 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 John STEVENS 



16 John STEVENS 



Chart no. 4 
21 



8 John STEVENS 



2 John STEVENS 



B:20 Sep 1690 BEPS 

P : Andover,E,Massachusctts 

iM:23 Apr 1717 

P: 

D: 



B:30 Aug 1663 BEPS 

P : Andover,E,Massachusetts 

M: 20 Dec 1689 

P :Andover, E.Massachusetts 

D:7 Nov 1728 

P: 



B:20Junl639 BEPS 

P :ON,Esscx,Massachusetts 

M:13JunI662 

P : Andover,E,Massachusetts 

D:5 Mar 1689 

P: 

Hannah BARNARD 



17 



B:7Jul 1605 

M: 

D:ll Apr 1667 

Elizabeth PARKER 



BEPS 



B:Abt 1613 
D:l May 1694 

18 Robert BARNARD 



BE S 



B:Abt 1641 BEPS 

P :of Andover,E,Massachusets 
D: 13 Mar 1675 
P: 



19 



B:1615 
IVI:Abt 1640 
D: 

Joan HARVEY 



BE SC 



10 Daniel POOR 



Ruth POOR 



B: 16 Feb 1665 BE S 

P : Andover.EJVlassachusetts 
D: 19 Feb 1739 



11 MarvFARNUM 



1 John STEVENS 



B:23 Jan 1718 BEPSC 

P : Andovcr,Essex,Massachusctts 

M:2 Oct 1744 

P : Salem,Essex,Massadiusett3 

D:29 Mar 1804 

P : Charlton, W,Massachusetts 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12. 



6 Thomas CHANDLER 



Rachel N EEDH AM 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3, Elizabeth CHANDLER 



B:13 Jul 1693 BEPS 

P : Andover,E,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



B:I667 BEPsC 

P : AndoverjEjMassachusetts 

M:1692 

P : Andover,E,Massachusetts 1 3 

D: 

P: 



14 



Mary PETERS 



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B:1671 BE sC 

P : Andover,E»Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



1S 



a 

P 
D 

P 



B:16I9 
D: 



BE SC 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



8: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 





28 








B: 
M: 


B: 
P: 


29 


D: 


M: 




B: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 21 on chart no. 1. 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S &aled to spcxjse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 George NEEDHAM 



!B:I702 BE SC 

i 

jP :of Danvcrs„Massachusetts 

M:1727 

P :of Danvcrs„Massachusetts 

D: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Rachel NEEDHAM 



C:27 Oct 1728 BEPSC 

P : Salem, Essex,Massachusetts 

M:2 Oct 1744 

P : Salem,Essex,Massachusetts 

0:1764/1765 

P : Charlton, W.Massachusetts 



John STEVENS 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Rachel GOULD 



B:1706 BE SC 

P : ,Danvers,Massachusets 
D: 
P: 



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B 
P 

P 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 



349 



16_ 
B: 

M: 

— D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24. 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



B 
M 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 5 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 22 on chart no. 1 



16 



Chart no. 6 
Richard PETTENGILL 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Mathew PETTENGILL 



4 Mathew PETTENGILL 



B: 18 Nov 1678 BEPSc 

P :Newbur>',E,Massachusetts 

M:23 Oct 1703 

P : Newbury ,E, Massachusetts 

D:1756 

P: 



2 Abraham PETTENGILL 



B:4Dccl704 BEPS 

P :Newbury,E,Massachusetts 

M: 

P: 

0: 

P: 



8:1 8 Nov 1648 BEPS 

P : Newbury,E,Massachusetts 1 7 

M: 13 Apr 1674 

P :Newbury,E,Massachuscits 

D: 

P: 

Sarah NOYES 



;B:1620 
M:1643 
b:1681 

Joanna INGERSALL 



BE S 



22 



B:1622 
D:1693 

18 Nicholas NOYES 



BEPS 



jB:1615/1616 
|M: 

Id : 4 Jul 1700 



s 



B:22 Aug 1653 BEPS | 

P :Newbui7,E,Massachusctts ^ ^ Mary CUTTING 

D: 

P: 

20 



B: 
D: 



10 Samuel FRENCH 



Johanna FRENCH 



B:I6Decl683 BEPSc 

P : Salisbury ,E,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



11 



HESTER 



be 



sC 
21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22. 



1 MARK PETTENGILL 



B:22 Dec 1728 BEPS 

P : Salsbury,E<>sex,Massachusetts 

M:13 Jan 1754 

P: 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



be 



sC 
23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 



6 Edward FRENCH 



S arah CL OUGH 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



HannahXAnna FRENCH 



B: 19 Aug 1706 BE S 

P : Salisbury,E,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



be s 



13 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26. 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



Mary WINSLEY 



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B: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



be s 



B: 
P: 

M: 
P: 



29 



Bl 
D: 



D: 
P: 



B: 
D: 



50 



be s 





u. 

P: 


30 


B: 






M: 


15 






D: 




B: 

D* 


31 





Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart Is the same as no. 23 on diart no. 1. 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Se^ed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Ebcaezer CLOUGH 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1712 BE SC 

Yarmouth,B,Massachusetts 

1737 

Yarmouth, B , Massachusetts 



B 
P 
D 

P 



1 Sarah CLOUGH 



B: 18 May 1738 BEPS 

P : Yarmouth3> Massachusetts 

M:13 Jan 1754 

P: 

D: 

P: 



6 



MARK PETTENGILL. 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B: 
P: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



3JSarah Ann WEBBER 



B:1716 BE SC 

P : Yarmouth,B,Massachusetts 
D: 
P; 







B 
P 


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8 



9 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



B: 
P: 
M: 

P 
D 

P 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B: 
P: 

P 
D 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



B: 
P: 



P: 
D: 
P: 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 

D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 

D: 



25 



B: 
0: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 

D: 



29 



B: 
0: 



30 



B: 
M: 

D: 



31 



B: 
0: 



Chart no. 7 



M-t 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the sanne as no. 24 on chart no. 1 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Er^dowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 Samuel ARNOLD 



Chart no. 8 



16 Joseph ARNOLD 



8 Epbraim ARNOLD 



B:7 Jan 1689 BEPSC 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

M:13 Sep 1711 

P : Braintrce,N,Massachusetts 9 

D: 



2 Nathapiel ARNOLD 



8:18 Oct 1726 BEPSC 

P :Braintrce,N,Massachusetts 

M:Abtl751 

P :Charleston,S,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B:1I Jim 1664 



BEPS 



P :Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

M:Abt 1688 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

D: 



Mary 



17 



1623 
8 Apr 



BE SC 



648 



Rebecca CURTIS 



B:Abl 1620 
D: 14 Aug 1693 



BE SC 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B:1667 BE S 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts ^ 
D: 
P: 



B: 
D: 



20 Christopher WEBB 



23 



10 Christopher WEBB 



Sarah WEBB 



B: 10 Oct 1688 bepSC 

P : Braintree,N,Mass2udiusetts 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:25 Mar 1663 BEPSc 

P : Braintree,N,Massadiusetts 21 

M:24 Mar 1686 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

D:Marl689\90 

P :Braintree,N, Massachusetts 

Mary BASSE 



B:I627 

M: 18 Nov 1654 

D: 

Hannah SCOTT 



BE SC 



M 



B:1631 

D:20Decl718 

22 John BASSE 



B:ll Dec 1669 



BEPSc 



1 Nathaniel ARNOLD 



|B: 10 Nov 1754 BEPSC 

IP : Charleston,S,Massachusetts 
jM:15 Jan 1777 
P :Braintrce,N,Massachiisetts 



P :Braintree,N,Massachuseits 

D: 

P: 



23 



BE SC 



_2S 



B:1632 
M:I657 
D: 

Ruth ALDEN 



BE S 



26 



D: 12 Aug 1674 



BE S 



24 



12 



■P: 



Thank fpl FIELD 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 Thomas RENDER Miller 



Elizabeth RENDER 



C:l Oct 1732 BEPSC 

P :CC,C,Suffbllc,Massachusetls 
D: 



B: be S 

P: 

M:1719 

P : C,Sufifolk,Massachusetts> 1 3 

B: 18 Nov 1743 

P :Charleston,S,Massachusetts 



25 



B: 
D: 



26. 



B 
P 
D 
P 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



7 Elizabeth 



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B:1698 BE S 

P :C,Suffolk,Massachusetts> 
D: 



15 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



31 



B: 
D: 



352 



.'./ 



Chart no. 9 



No, 1 on this chart is the same as no. 25 t»i diart no. 1 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



16 

8 Samud FIELD Sergeant 

B:1652 BE SC 

P:<Hatfield,H,Massachusetis> 17 
M:1677 



B: 
M: 
D: 



4 Samuel FIELD Deacon 



{B:27 Sep 1678 BEPSC 

!p : HatfieldLH.Massachusetts 

M: 10 Jan 1706 

P : Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 

D:25 Aug 1762 

P :Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 



2 David FIELD 



|B:4 Jan 1712 BEPS 

jP :Hatfield„Massachusetts 

iMcAbt 1740 

P :Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 

D: 19 Apr 1792 

P: 



P :<Hatfield,H,Massachusetts> 

D: 

P: 

Sarah GILBERT 



B: 
D: 



18 



B:1656 



BE SC 



P : <Hatfield,H,Massachusetts> 

D: 

P: 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



10 Joseph EDWARDS 



Hannah EDWARDS 



B:10 Sep 1675 BEPSC 

P :of Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 
D: 



11 



B: 
D: 



B:1649 be C 

P:oD,Franklin,Massachusctts> 21 
M: 
P: 

D: 22_ 

P: ;b 

M 
D 



1 Thankful FIELD 



iB:25 Mar 1758 BEPSC 

P : Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 

M:15 Jan 1777 

j 

iP ;Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 



6 Thomas TAYLOR 



Nathaniel ARNOLD 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B:AbtI694 BE SC 

P :of Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 

M:31 Aug 1715 

P : Deerfield,F,Massadiusetts 1 3 

D: 

P: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



iB: 
IM: 



3 jThankful TAYLOR 



B: 18 Jul 1716 BEPS 

P : Deerfield,F,Massachusetts 
D:26 Mar 1803 
P :Decrfield,F,Massachusetts 



B 
P 
D 
P 



27 



B: 
D; 



28 



14 



Thankful HAWKS 



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B:Abtl697 BE SC 

P : of Deerfield,F>lassachusetts 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



35 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 2§ on chart no. 1 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



2 Thomas CHARD 



B:1706 BE Sc 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

M:9 Nov 1731 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Caleb CHARD 



B:1741 BEPsC 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

M:21 Dec 1858 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



6 Edmond JACKSON 



Hannah BURRELL 

(Spouse of (K). 1) 



B:Abt 1666 BE 

P :Abington,PIymouth,MA 

M: 

P: 

D:25 Feb 1723 

P : Abington,Piymouth,MA 



3 Roth JACKSON 



B: 12 Apr 1705 BEPSc 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



MaryWHITMARSH 



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B:12Junl674 BEp 

P :Boston,S,Massachusetts 
D:5 Jul 1737 
P :Abington,P,Massachusetts 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12. 



13 



16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B* 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



2S 



Bl 

D: 



26 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 Simon WIHTMARSH 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



Chart no. 10 



B: 
D: 

28 John WHITMARSH 



27 



15 



B:7 Mar 1624 

M:1654 

D:15Decl709 



BEPS 



B:ll May 1661 BEPS 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 29 Sarah HARDING 

M:1665 

P : ,Norfolk,Massachusetts 

0:1708 

P : Ma, Weymouth, Weymouth 



M 



B:1637 

D:Bef22 May 1693 

30 John HOLBROQK 



BEPS 



29 



Sarah HOLBROOK 



35 



B:1645 BEPS 

P :<0f Weymouth,N,Mass.> 
D:Bef5 Jul 1699 
P : We>'mouth,Suffolk,Eng 



B:6 Apr 1617 
M: 1654/ 1655 
0:23 Nov 1699 



BEPS 



31 Elizabeth STREAME 



30 



8:1623/1624 
0:25 Jun 1688 



^PS 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this diart is tine same as no. 27 m chart no. 1 



Chart no. 11 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 John BURRELL 



4 John BURRELL 



2 Joseph BURRELL 



|B:24 Sep 1719 S 

jP : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 

|M: 17 Jan 1744/1745 

P : WeyTnouth,N,Massachusetts 

D: 26 Jul 1798 

P: 



|B: 19 Feb 1694/1695 BEP 

jP : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 

M:8 Jan 1716 

P:We>'mouth„MA 

D:26 Jan 1756 

P : Abington^Massachusetts 



5 iMarv HUMPHREY 



B:20 Mar 1698 BEP 

P : HingJiam„Massachusetts 

D:18Junl771 

P : Abmgton„Massachusctts 



1 Hannah BURRELL 



jB:1745 BE sC 

jP : Abington,P,Massachusetts 

M:21 Dec 1858 

P : Abjngton,P,Massachusetts 

D: 



Caleb CHARD 

(Spouse of no. 1 ) 



6 Benjamin BICKNELL 



3 Hannah BICKNELL 



B:23 Nov 1723 BE S 

P : Weymoulh,N,Massachusetts 

D:15Junl806 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 



B:8Junl694 BEP 

P : Weyinouth,Suffo1k,Mass 

M:4 Nov 1717 

P:Boston,Suffolk,MA 

D:27 Oct 1772 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 



7 Susanna HUMPHREY 



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B:6 Apr 1695 BEP 

P : Wcymouth,Norfolk,MA 
D:13 Jan 1767 
P : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 



B:Abtl673 BEPS 

P : We>TOOuth,N,Massachusetts 

M:26Junl688 

P:Taunton„MA 

D: 16 Nov 1731 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 

9 iMercvALDEN 



■ifi John BURRELL 

B:1632 
M:Abt 1658 
— D:ll Sep 1719 



17 



BE SC 



Rebecca 



B:1636 
D:ll Sep 1719 

1 a Jose ph ALDEN 



BE SC 
31 



B:1668 BEPS 

P :Bridgewater,P,M,Mass 
D:Afl28Jul 1727 
P:Taunton„MA 



10 Joseph HUMPHREY 



19 



B:22 May 1627 
M: 1657/1664 
D:8 Feb 1697 

Marv SIMMONS 



BEPS 



3Z 



B:Abtl673 BE S 

P : Weymouih,N, Massachusetts 

M:Abt 1696 

P : We>Tnouth,N,Massachusetts 

D: Aug 1766 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 



B:1638 BEPS 

D:8 Feb 1697 

20 Thomas HUMPHREY 3^ 

;B:Abt 1635 BEP 

'M:23 Dec 1665 

D: 



21 Hannah LANE 


34 




B:24 Feb 1638/1639 


BEP 


D: 




22 







11 IMary 



B: be S 

P: 

D:23Junl742 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 John BICKNELL 



J& 



12 John BICKNELL 



B: 1653/1654 BEP 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 

M: 

P: 

D:4 Aug 1737 

P : We>inouth,N,Massachusetts 



13iSarah 



25 



B: 1624 (11-1635) 

M:1645 

D: 20 Jan 1678 

Mary SHAW 



BEPS 



M 



B:18Junl626 
D:25 Mar 1658 



BEPS 



26 



B:Abt 1665 BE 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 
D: 12 Feb 1730 
P : We>TOOuth,Norfolk,MA 



14 Nathaniel HUMPHREY 



27 



B: 
D: 

28 Jonas HUMPHREY 



B:1652 

P : Dorchester„Mass 

M:I684 

P: 

D: 17 Jan 1700/1701 

P: 



ISJEIizabeth 



BEPS 



29 



37 



B:1620 
M:1648 
D:30 Oct 1689 

Martha 



BEPSC 



B:Abt 1620 
D: 



BE SC 



30 



B:Abt 1656 BE S 

P : We>'mouth,Norfolk,Mass 
D: 
P: 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 28 on chart no. 1 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 12 



16 John DAMON 



8 John DAMON 



4 Zachariah DAMON L 



IB: 1654 BEPSc 

jP : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

M:Jun 1679 

P : Scituatc,P,Massachusetts 

D:3 Sep 1730 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 



2 Daniel DAMON 



B:Mar 1688 BEPSc 

P : Scituate, P.Massachusetts 

;M:3 Jan 1711/1712 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

D:llDecl733 

P : Scituate^,Massachusetts 



B:ll Nov 1621 

P : ,Kent,England 

M:16Junl644 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

0:1676/1677 



Katherine MERRITT 



BEPSc 



17 



B:I595 
M:1620 
D: 

GILSON 



BEPSc 



B: 
D: 



1599 



BEPSc 



18 Henry MERRIIT 



B:1625 BEPSc 

19 

P : of Scituate,P,Massachusets 

D:8 Dec 1655 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 



B:1599 
M:1624 
D: 

GOODY 



BE SC 



B:1603 
D: 



BE SC 



20 



10 Walter WOODWORTH 



Martha WOODWORTH 



B:1658 BEPSc 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:1632 BE 

P : of Scituate,P,Massadiusetts 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



C 
21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
D: 



1 Joseph DAMON 



B: 16 Dec 1720 BEPSc 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

M:13 Nov 1742 

P : Scituate,P,Massachiisetts 

D:9 Mar 1807 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 R SILVESTER (SYLVESTER) 



6 Isreal SILVESTER 



Joanna DAMON 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B:1666 BEPS 

P :of Scituate,P,Massacfausetts 

M:1691 

P : of Scituate^,Massachusetts 1 3 

D:25 Mar 1727 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusctts 



Bathsheba SILVESTER 



B:ll Oct 1692 BEPSc 

P : Scituate,P,Massadiusetts 
0:24 Decl 720 
P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 



B:1608 BE S 

P:„,Engiand 25 

M:1632 

P : Weymouth,N,Massachusetts 

0:1663 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

Naomi TORREY 



B: 

D: 

26 Phillip TORREY 



B: 10 Mar 1614 BEPS 

P:Of,CSN,S,England 

0:26 Nov 1668 

P : ,PIymouth,P,Massachusetts 



27 



M. 



B:1580 

M: 27 Nov 1604 

0:27 Jun 1621 

Alice RICHARDS 



BEPS 



39 



B:1584 
0:24 Apr 1634 



BEPS 



28 



14. 



7 Martha 



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B:I670 BE S 

P ; of Scituatc,P,Massachusetts 
~] D:Aftl727 

P:Prob.,Scituate,Massachusetts ^g 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
0: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



35 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 29 <xi chart no. 1. 



Chart no. 13. 



16 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C ChiJdren's ordinances 



8 John DAMON 



This person is the same as 
no. 16 on chart no. 12 



4 John DAMON 



2 Experience DAMON 



B:!696 BEPS 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

M:1721 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

0:28 Jul 1732 

P : .,Scituate,P,Massachusetts 



B.-n Nov 1621 BEPS 

P : Tenterdcn,KC,England 

M: 15 Jan 1659 

P : Scituatc,P,Massachusetts 

0:3 Oct 1676 

P : ,,Scituate,P,Massachusetts 



17 



B: 
D: 

18 GILSON 



9 Miss GILSON 



B:1599 

P:Ot,Kent,England 

D: 

P:,3ngland Or,Holland 



BEpS 



19 



B:1571 

M: 

D: 



BE c 



B: 
0: 



20 



Henry ROWLAND 



M 



10 Arthur HOWLAND 



S Martha ROWLAND 



B: 19 Dec 1632 BEPS 

P :.,Windsor,H,Connccticut 
0:19 Dec 1732 
P : .,Scituate,P,Massachuselts 



B:1590 BEPS 

P : Fenstanton,H,C,England 

M:1626 

P: 

0:30 Nov 1675 

P :Marshfield,PI>-mouth,Mass 



11 iMargaret (Mary) REED 



B:1564 
M:26 Apr 1600 
0:17 May 1635 



BEPS 



21 


Alice AIRES 


41 




B:1567 


BEPS 


0: 30 Jul 1629 




22 







t Joanna DAMON 



B:4 May 1722 BEPSc 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

M: 13 Nov 1742 

P : Scituate,P,Massachusctts 

0:2 Nov 1792 

P : Abington,P,Massachusetts 



B:22Junl683 BE S 

P : Marshfield,Plymouth,MA 
0:23 Oct 1683 
P :MarshfielAPlymouth,Mass. 



23 



B: 
0: 



24 



12 John LOW lSr.1 



6 John LOW 



Joseph DAMO N 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B:3 Apr 1655 bePS 

P : Hin^am,P,Massadiusetts 

M:25 Sep 1679 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

0:25 Jan 1696 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 



Ruth LOW 



B:4 Apr 1684 BEPS 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 
0:17 Apr 1727 
P:Sdtuate„MA 



B:1623 
P:„,England 
M:28 Feb 1648 
P : „Hingham,MA 
0:25 Jan 1696 
P:„Hingham,MA 



13 Elizabeth STODDER 



B S 



25 



B: 

0: 



26 John STODDER 



M 



B:1601 
M:1629 
D:19DecI661 



BEPS 



B:1631 

P:,„England 

0:14 Sep 1658 

P : Hingham,P,Massachusetts 



BE S 



27 Anna 



B:Abt 1600 
0:1661 

28 Thomas JOY 



be S 



14 Thomas JOY 



7 Rnth JOY 



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B:28 Feb 1658 BEPS 

P :Hinghara,Plymouth,MA 
0:17 Apr 1727 
P :Hingham, P.Massachusetts 



B:1611 BE S 

P:Boston,SuffoIk,MA 

M: 1636/1637 

P :Mostem,Dorset,Eng. 

0:21 Oct 1678 

P :Hingham,Plymouth,MA 

1 5 iJoan GALLOP 



B:Abt 1583 
M:Abt 1605 
0: 



29 Frances PAULETT 



B:Abt 1587 
0: 

30 John GALLOP 



3 



B:20 Sep 1618 BEPS 

P : Mostem,Co,Dorset,Eng. 
0:20 Mar 1691 
P :Hingham,Plymouth,MA 

i 



31 



B:1593 
M:Abt 1620 
.0:11 Jan 1650 

ChristabeUa 



j41 



SEP 



B:Befl600 
0:1655 



BE 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 30 on chart no. 1 



Chart no. 14 
16 Thomas WILDER 44 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Edward WILDER 



4 Issac WILDER 



B:I656 BEPSC 

P :Hingham,Plymouth,M,Mass. 
M:3 Jan 1680 

P:H!ngham,P,Massachusetts ! 
D:26 Sep 1690 
P :IIinghain,P,Massachusetts 



2 Thomas WILDER 



B:II Oct 1689 BEPS 

P :Hmgham,P,Massachusetts 

M:25 Nov 1714 

P : Scituatc,P>lassachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B:1656 BEPS 

P : Hing}iam,P,Massachusetts 

M: 20 Apr 1651 

P : Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D:28 Oct 1690 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusctts 

Elizabeth EAMES 



17 



B:1598 
M:Abt 1617 
D:1634 

Martha HIGGS 



BEPSC 



B:1602 

D: 20 Apr 1652 

18 Anthony EAMES 



BE SC 



45 



C:13Junl624 BE S 

P :Marshfielci,P,Massachusetts 

D:9Junl692 

P : I Iinghani,P,Massachusetts 



19 



B:1595 
M:Abt 1613 
0:1686 

Margery PIERCE 



BEPS 



B:1599 
D: 



BE S 



20 Thomas WHITON 



10 James WHITON 



Mary WHITON 



8:29 Apr 1664 BEPSC 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D:Aftl7l3 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 



11 



B:2 Oct 1625 BEPS 

P :Hocka Norton, 0,Eng. 

M:30 Dec 1647 

P :Hingham,P,Massadiusetts 

D:26 Apr 1710 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

Mary SEAL 



M 



B:1573 

M: 

D:1664 



21 lAadry 



BEPSC 



B:Abt 1590 BE SC 

D:Befl639 

22 John BEAL (BEALES) 47 



1 Thomas WILDER 



B:13 Sep 1726 ^pS 

P :Hinghain,P,Massachusetts 

M:1I Jan 1749/1750 

P :0f Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B:28 Oct 1623 BEPS 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 
0:12 Dec 1696 
P :Hlngham,P,Massachiisetts 



6:1588/1589 
M:nJunl616 
D:l Apr 1688 



BEPS 



23 Frances RIPLEY 


48 




B: 15 Apr 1584 
0:19 Mar 1630 


BEPS 


24 







12 



6 Samuel EELLS 



Sarah GARNET 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



S AnnaELLSJEELSlH^ 



B:1696 BE S 

P :Scituate,P,Massachusetts 

D: 

P: 



B:3 May 1640 

P : Milford„G)nnecticut 

M: 

P: 

D:1709 

P: 



13 



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Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 31 on chart no. 1 



Chart no. 15 



16 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spojse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 John GARNET 



4 Beniamia GARNET 



2 Robert GARNET 



B:31 Aug 1706 BEPS 

P : ,Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

M:5 Dec 1729 

P : ,Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D:5 Dec 1788 

P : Hingham,P,Massachusetts 



B:I Apr 1666 BEPsC 

P :Hingham,Pl>'mouth,MA 

M:13 Jan 1695/1696 

P : ,Hingham,P4vlassachusetts « 

D:30Junl736 

P :Hingham,P}>Tnouth,MA 



8:1624 BE S 

■P : „Plymouth,Massachusetts 

M: 10 Apr 1651 

P : Boslon,S,Massachusetts 

D: 24 Nov 1668 

P : Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

Mary ARNOLD f ARNALD) 



17 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18. 



B:Abt 1630 BE S 

P :Boston,Suffolk,Mass 
D:9 Oct 1710 
P :Hin^haxn,Plymouth,MA 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 Ninian DUNBAR 



10 Robert DUNBAR 



Sarah DUNBAR 



B:1674 BEPsC 

P : Hinghani,Pl>'mouth,MA 
D: 
P: 



11 



B: 1637/1647 BEpS 

P : ,HJn^ani,P,Massachusetts 21 

M:1656 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D: 19 Sep 1693 22 

P :Hingham,Plymouth,MA 

Rose 



B:1575 

M: 

D: 

Unknown 



BE 



BiAbt 1579 
D: 



B: 
M: 
D: 



1 Sarah GARNET 



B:22 Oct 1730 BE S 

P :0f Hin^am,P,Massachuseis 

M:ll Jan 1749/1750 

P : Of Hingham,P,Massachusetts 

D:Abt 1782 

P :Hinghara,Norfolk,MA 



B:1637 BE S 

P : ,Hinghain,P,Massachusetts 
D: 10 Nov 1700 
P : Hinghain,Plymouth,MA 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 



Thoma s WIL DER 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 Joseph DUNBAR 



3 Sarah DUNBAR 



B:1712 BEPS 

P : ,Hingham,P,Massachusetts 
D: 12 Feb 1761 
P :HingJiam,P,Massachusetts 



13 



8: 

M: 
D: 



25 



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Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 18 on chart no. 2 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Seated to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ortfinances 



2 Ralph PRESCOTT 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



be sC 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 John PRESCOTT 



B:Abt 1604 BEPS 

P :of Sowbery,Halifax,Y,Engiand 
M:21 Jan 1629 

P : Sowbery Halifex,Y,England 
D:Abt 1681 



Mary GAW K-ROGE R 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6. 



3 Elien SHEVINGTON 



B: 

P:„of England 

D: 

P: 



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D: 
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Chart no. 16 



THE ROMANCE OF JONAS AND MARY LOKER PRESCOTT 

"A story bordering on romance has been handed down by family tradition to the present time, 
and preserved with much accuracy, of the courtship of this affectionate pair of fruitful 
progenitors" - Butler, page 287. John Loker of whom we have no other account than as 
connected with this affair, is said to have been wealthy, and both he and his wife to have been 
somewhat aristocratic in their feelings and notions. Having only one daughter, and she 
exceedingly fair and of good promise, they disdained to betroth her to a blacksmith, the son of 
a blacksmith, however rich or otherwise unexceptionable he might be. They had set their 
hearts on Mary's marrying a lawyer. So when they found that diere was a strong attachment 
between their idol, Mary, and the young blacksmith, (Jonas Prescott), they remonstrated, but, 
like many other imprudent parents, they unwittingly pursued a course well calculated to foster 
and strengthen it. They forbade his entering their house, or having any communication 
whatever with their daughter, and the more effectually to prevent any communication, they 
grated the windows of her apartment in the house; and when they thought there was any 
danger of an interview between them, they locked her in. Jonas and Mary, however, were not 
to be baffled by grates and locks. Jonas took opportunities, when the cold night wind blew 
and the pelting storm raged, when no listener could overhear their soft whisperings, to place 
himself beneath her grated window and there enjoy sweet communion with his beloved Mary. 
Their communication was soon discovered, however, by the vigilant and chagrined parents. 
The next expedient resorted to was to place her in some secluded spot under the care of some 
watchful and faithful guardian. Chocksett, now called Sterling, then a frontier settlement, 
although adjoining to Groton, was chosen as the place of her seclusion. Jonas searched the 
country around, and made diligent inquiry to find the place of her banishment, for some time 
in vain. At length, being one day in the wilds of Chocksett, he made his usual inquiry of 
some young men he saw if they had any pretty giris in their neighborhood. They told him 
there was to be a quilting that very day where all their girls would be; that they were going in 
the evening to dance with them and invited him to accompany them, where he might see for 
himself. He very cheerfully accepted the invitation, and on arriving at the cottage where the 
seamstresses of the settlement were assembled, whom should he find there but his beloved 
Mary Loker. This was indeed a happy adventure. Concealing, as well as they could, their 
former acquaintance, they took opportunities to be partners in the dance and made assignments 
for future meetings. Having thus fortunately discovered the place of banishment, he renewed 
his visits, till her parents, finding it out took her home. She was then sternly told, that she 
must reject tlie blacksmith and receive the addresses of the lawyer. She resolutely replied, 
"She would never marry to anyone but Jonas Prescott." The rejoinder was, "Then you shall 
never have a farthing of our property. " To this there was a general demurrer; a decree for 
marriage without dowry followed. The consummation took place before even the most 
common utensils for housekeeping could be procured (perhaps there was some delay to see if 
the old folks would not relent and procure or provide some). The tradition asserts that her 
only implements for boiling was a two quart kettle, and her wash tub the shell of a large 



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pumpkin. From this affectionate and happy pair sprung the doctors, warriors, civilians, 
statesmen, jurists, historians, etc. noticed in this genealogical record and memoir, with 
numerous other descendants of whom Mary lived to see one hundred and seventy-five. She 
died October 28, 1735, aged precisely eighty-two years and one month. At a town meeting 
held in Groton, November 19, 1672 it was voted that by agreement of the town, Jonas Prescott 
is to grind the town's corn for the town every second and every sixth day in every week. At a 
town meeting at Groton, June 13, 1681, liberty was granted to Jonas Prescott to set up his 
corn mill at Stony Brook. An Agreement between Jonas Prescott and the town of Groton that 
he, the said Prescott, have liberty to set up a saw mill at Stony Brook on conditions that he 
furnish the town with mercantile boards at six pence a hundred (feet) cheaper than they are 
sold at any other saw mill and for town pay, and that the town be supplied before any other 
person. (This privilege was to continue or cease at the pleasure of the town.) - History of 
Groton.^ All of the children of John Prescott, senior, with the exception of Martha, lived to a 
great age and had large families. 



Uoa^U y^ oJcalJ er-joc^ i^'^ ^''j 



^See Butler 's History of Groton, pp 287-8 



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Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 19 on chart no. 2 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



B 
P 
M! 

P 
D 
P 



2 Abraham GAWK-ROGER 



B:i585 BE SC 

P : Wygans Ha}ifax,Y,England 

M:16I0 

P : Wygans HaHfax,Y,EngIand 

D: 

P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Mary GAWK-ROGER 

"B:Abtl6Il BEPS 

P : Wygans Halifax, York,England 
M:21 Jan 1629 

P : Sowbery Hal Jfax,Y,England 
D:Abt 1674 
P : Lancasler,M>lassachusetts 



Jolia PRESCOIT 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Martha RILEY 



B:1589 BE SC 

P : of Wygans Halifa, Y,England 
D: 
P: 



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Chart no. 17 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 25 on chart no. 2 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Chiicfren's ordinances 



2 John CATON 



B:Abt 1562 S 

P: 

M: 9 Nov 1587 

P :Pulloxhill3edford3ngland 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Ana CAITON 



C:25 Aug 1588 

P : PuIloxhiI13,England 

M:ll Nov 1611 

P :PulloxhiU,B,EngIand 

D: 

P: 



John„RUSSELL 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



BE S 



6 



3 Phenenna CLARCKE 



B:Abtl566 

P: 

D: 

P: 



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Chart no. 18 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this diart is the same as no. 26 on chart no. 2 



Ordinance Codes; 

B Bafrfized 

E Endtwed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Thomas FLNDON 



jB:Abt 1582 

iP- 

r • 

|M:15 Oct 1605 

P :0akley3,England 

D: 

P: 



SC 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



i WilUam (Finding) FINPON 



C:5 Aug 1610 BEPSC 

P : Oakley,Bedfordshire,England 

M:l Jun629 

P :Oakley,Bcdtbrdshire,England 

0: 

P: 



6 William RUSSELL 



Ann CHAMB ERLA INE 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B:Abtl556 

P: 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



3 Frances RUSSELL 



C:7 Mar 1582 

P:Oakley,B,England 

D: 

P: 



SC 







B 
P 


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Chart no. 19 







Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 25 on chart no. 3 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 John BARKER 



B:1576 BEPsC 

P :Kayland,SuffoIk,EngIand 

M:160I 

P :Nayland,SuffollcEngland 

D: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Mary BARKER 



B:Abt 1602 BEPS 

P :Nayiand,Suffolk,England 

M:20 May 1622 

P: 

D:2 Apr 1677 

P : Watertown,M,Massachusets 



6 



Isaac STEARNS 

(SpcMjse of no. 1) 



3JMargaret 



B:1S80 be sC 

P :Nayland,Suffo}k,England 
D: 



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Chart no. 20 







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Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 4 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to par^ts 

S Seai«j to spouse 

C Children's wdinances 



B 

P 

M! 

P 
D 

P 



2 John STEVENS 



B: 

P: 
M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



AbtI575 BE S 

CAVERSHAM,0,England 
27 Feb 1597 

CAVERSHAM,0,England 
Sep 1627 



B 

P 
D 
P 



1 John STEVENS 



B: 7 Jul 1605 BEPS 

P : CAVERSHAM,0,England 

M: 

P: 

D:I1 Apr 1667 

P: 



Elizabeth PARKER 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Alice ATKINS 



B:Abtl580 BE S 

P :Cavershani,C>xford,England 
D:M 1650 
P: 



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Chart no. 21 



Pedigree Chart 

No 1 on this chart is the same as no. 17 on chart no. 6 



OfTJinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S SeaJed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Richard INGERSALL 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 

P 



1 Joanna INGERSALL 

B:1622 BEPS 

P : Sandy,BedforiEngland 

M:I643 

P: 

D:1693 

P: 



e. 



Richard PETTENGILL 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Aan LANGLEY 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



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P 

P 



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9 



10 



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P 
M 
P 

P 



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P 



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M: 
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Chart no. 22 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 oi this chart is the same as no. 20 on chart no. 8 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Seaied to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 23 

Iff p^«.>Y Al«>randgr WEBB Sr. 49 

|B:11 May 1510 BE S 



8 Alexaoder WEBB Sir 



4 Alexander WEBBf+] 



2 Christopher WEBB Sr. 



B: 15 Apr 1599 BEPS 

P : Stratford, Warws.,E,England 

M: 1615/1620 

IP :0f Braintree,Norfollc,Mass. 

0:30 May 1694 

P :Braintree,N,M,Colonies 



B:20 Aug 1559 BEPS 

P : Stratford, Warws,E,England 

M:1579 

P :0f Stratford, W,England 

D: 

P : „Massachusctts,Colonies 



B:24 Dec 1534 BEPSc 

P:OfBirmingham,W,Eng. 17 

M:1555 

P :0f Stratford, W,England 

D:1573 

P :,Warwick,England 



M:1533 
D: 

Grace ARDEN 



M 



B:1514 

D:3 Dec 1639 



BEPS 



Margaret ARDEN 



1« Robert ARDEN 

B:1506 
M:1526 

D: Dec 1556/1557 



31 



BE S 



B: 1538/1539 



BEPSc 



P : Of WiImcote,AC, W.England 

D: 

P: 



19 



Mary WEBB 



52 



B:5 Feb 1512 
D:Befl550 

20 Mr. WILSON 



BE S 



10 Thomas WILSON 



Mary WILSON 



B:1561 BEPS 

P : Stratford,Warws,E,England 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:1531? BE SC 

P:Norvi'allc,Dorset,Eng 21 

M:Abt 1558 

P : Of Stratford, W,England 

D: 



B:Abt 1505 

M: 

D: 

Mrs. WILSON 



B 



B:Abt 1509 
D: 



B 



22 



^ 



Thomas Mrs WILSON 



1 Christopher WEBB 



B:1627 BE SC 

P :<Braintree,N,Massachusetts> 
M: 18 Nov 1654 
P :Braintrec,N^Iassachu&etts 



B:Abi 1539 

P:„England 

D: 

P: 



BE SC 
23 



B: 
D: 



24 



D: 
P: 



Hannah SCOTT 



12 



6 Robert COOPER 



{Spouse of no. 1) 



B:<1581> 

P:<England> 

M: 

P: 

D:Befl620 

P: Europe 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 

P 
D 

P 



25 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



3 Homility COOPER 



8:1588/1589 BE S 

P:Of„Eng. 

D:Nov 1689 

P :Braintrec,N,M,Colonies 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



27 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



7 Joan GRESHAM 



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B:<1585> 
P:<England> 
D:Befl620 
P: Europe 



15 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



B 
P 
D 
P 



iB: 
M: 
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31 



B: 
D: 







Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 21 on chart no. 8. 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spcxjse 

C Children's (xdinances 



2 Benjamin SCOTT 



B:I612 

P:Of,„England 

MtAbt 28 Jul 1642 

P:OfRowley,Essex,MA 

D:21 Jul 1654 

P : Rowley,Essex,Mass. 



BE S 



1 Hannah SCOTT 



B:1631 BE SC 

!P :<Braintree,N,Massadiusetts> 

M: 18 Nov 1654 

P : Braintrec,N,Massachusetts 

D:20 Dec 1718 

P :Braintree,N,Massachusetts 



6 



Christop he r WEBB 

(Spouse erf no. 1) 



Marearet STEPHENSON 



B:1616 BE S 

P :Of,Cambridge,Suffolk,Mass. 
D:22 Sep 1691 
P :Rowley,EC,M,United States 



1 Prepared by 

I Margie E.F. Stevens 

' 720 N. Wabash 

Idaho Falls 

Id aho U .S.A. 

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B 
P 
D 
P 



9 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



13 



M: 
P: 
0: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



370 






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18 



19 



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21 



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27 



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29 



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Chart no. 24 





16 








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8 




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24 








B: 


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25 





Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 c»i this chart is the same as no. 22 on chart no. 8 



16 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



4 Beajamig BASS 



2 Samue! BASS 



B:1588 BEpS 

P : Safron, Walden,E,England 

M:25 Apr 1625 

P : Saffron, Walden,E,England 

D:30Decl694 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 



B:1580 BE S 

P : Of Safron, WaIden,E,Eng. 

M:1599 

P : Saffi-on, Walden,E,England 

D: 

P:„,England 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



10 



Mrs. Mary BASS 



B:15S0 BE S 

P : Saffron, Waldon,E,England 
D: 
P:,„England 



11 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
D: 



1 John BASSE 



B:1632 BE S 

P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 

M:1657 

P :<Braintree,N,Massachusclls> 

D: 

P: 



12 George SAVILLE 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



6 William SAVILLE 



RuthALDEN 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



Anne SAVILLE 



B:15 Oct 1598 BEPS 

P : Safiron,Essex,EngIand 
D:5 Sep 1693 
P : ,Braintree,S,Massachusetts 



B:1575 BEPSc 

P : Saffron, Walden,E,EngI and 

M:1600 

P : Saffron, Walden,E,England 1 3 

B:3 Feb 1638/1639 

P:St. Mary's,SW,E,England 



B:1540 BE Sc 

P : Saffron, WaIdon,E,England 25 

M:2 Dec 1561 

P:St. Mary's,SW,E,England 

D:6 Jan 1592 

P : WaIden,Essex,Eng 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



Catherine Byshopalias PERRYN 



B:1540 BE Sc 

P : ,Saffron Wa]dan,E,England ^^ 
D: 16 Jul 1584 
P : Walden,Essex,Eng 

28 



B: 
D: 



14 



Mrs. Hannah SAVILLE 



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B:Abtl580 BE Sc 

P : Safifron,Walden,E,Eng]and 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
ID: 
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B: 

M: 
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15 



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Chart no. 25 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 23 on chart no. § 

Ordinance Codies: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Seated to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 26 



16 Wiiliam EVANS 



8 John EVANS 



4 George Joseph ALPEN 



2 John ALDEN 



B:1599 BEpS 

P : Of,Southampton,H,England 

M: 12 May 1622 

P :Plymouth,P,Massachusetts 

D:I2 Sep 1687 

P : Duxbury.P .Massachusetts 



B:1575 BEpSc 

P : Southampton,H,England,Eng 

M: 

P : Of Southampton,Hampshire 9 

D: 1619/1620 

P : Southampton,H,England 



B:lJanl832 BEP 

P :Newtown,M,WOS,Eng. 
M: 
P: 

D:30Jun883 

P :Marylebone,Middlesex,Eng. 



17 



B:Abt 1811 



B: 
0: 



18 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



19 



B: 
0: 



20 



10 



5 Jane 



B:I575 BE Sc 

P :Of,Southampton,H,EngIand 
D: 
P: 



11 



21 



B: 
M' 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



1 Ruth ALDEN 



B: BE S 

P : Bralntree,N,Massachusetts 

M:1657 

P :<Braintree,N,Massachusetts> 

D: 12 Aug 1674 

P : Braintree,N,Massadiusctts 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P: 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 

24 John MULLINS MOLINES 53 



12 



6 William MULLENS 



J ohn BASSE 

(Spouse dS no. 1) 



S lPriscilla MULLINSR) 



B:I601 BEPS 

P : Of,Dorking,Surrey,EngIand 
D:5 Feb 1688 
P : Duxbury,P.Massachusetts 



B:1578 BEpS 

P :Of,Dorking,Surrey,England 

M:1595 

P : Of;Dorking,Surrey,England 1 3 

D:21 Feb 1621 

P :Of,Dofk:ing,Surrey,England 



John MULLINS (MOLINES) 

B:1538 BEPS 

P :London,Middlesex,Engiand 

M:Abt 1567 

P:„England 

D:1572 

P :Mansfield,N,England 

Frances MOLYNEUX 



25 



B:1525 
M:Abt 1550 
D:1572 



BEPS 



MONTAGU fMONTACUTE) 54 



B:Abt 1523 
D: 

26 John MOLYNEUX 



BEPS 



B:1540 BE S 

P :0f DorkingjSurrey^ngland 
D:1565 



27 



_5S 



B:Abtl511 

M: 

D:1591 

Annie FLENNIGAN Lady 



B:<1518> 
D: 



28 John Hewson ATWOOD 



56 



14 Nicholas ATWOOD 



7 Alice ATWOOD 



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B:Jan 1573/1574 BE 

P :St Martin,L,M,England 
D:15 Mar 1621 
P :Plyinouth,PlymouthJ>>IA 



15 



B:1509 
M:Abt 1533 
D:31 Jan 1562 



BEPS 



B:1539 BEPS 

P : Of,Sanderstead,S,England 29 [Margaret Mrs ATWOOD 

M:30 Jan 1570 

P : SM,Westminster,M,England 

D: 10 May 1586 

P : Sanderstead,C,S,England 



B:Abt 1505 
D:Dec 1558 



BE S 



30 J HARMEN OR HARMON 57 



Olive HARMAN 



B:1548 BEPS 

P : Sanderstead,Crt,S,EngIand 
D: 1602/1603 
P:Elstree Church,H,E.England 



B:1522 
M:Abt 1547 
D: UNKNOWN 



BE s 



31 Mrs-James HARMAN 



B:Abt 1532 
D: 



BE s 



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so THEY WED 

By Mary Harrower Morse 

(Taken from the Worcester Sunday Telegram, November 13, 1960) 

Because of the famous "Why don't you speak for yourself, John?" poem, the names of 
Priscilla and John Alden and Myles Standish are probably better known than any other of the 
Mayflower passengers. 

Even though the poem is mostly a figment of Longfellow's imagination, the characters 
themselves were flesh and blood people who for reasons of their own came to Plymouth and 
lived long and useful lives in this country. 

John Alden, tall, blonde and with exceptional physical strength, signed on at 
Southampton a few minutes before the Mayflower sailed as the ship's cooper-one of the most 
valuable men on board the little ship whose job it was to care for both the water and "sweet" 
water (beer) barrels during the voyage. When he signed the agreement he promised that he 
would stay with the colony for a period of at least one year. At 21 , he was the youngest man on 
board. 

Priscilla at 18 had come on the voyage to the new world with her family - mother, father, 
and brother Joseph. Her father, already a prosperous merchant, must have been endowed with a 
strong spirit of adventure to attempt such an arduous journey. 

Not too much is known of the already 36-year-old Myles Standish except that as a 
professional soldier he had risen to the rank of lieutenant during the war with the Netherlands. It 
is known that he was bom in Lancashire, England, and that sometime before coming to Plymouth 
he had married, his wife Rose accompanying him. Even less is known about her - not even her 
family name was recorded. Myles himself has been described as short, thick-set, with a florid 
complexion topped by a thatch of violent red hair, and explosive temper. 

Every school child knows of the terrible sufferings of the first winter, when the people, 
worn out after the 66 days of bone-chilling cold and poor food on the ship, died by the dozens. 
The first death came December 1, and six weeks later Rose Standish, wife of Myles, died. On 
February 21 Priscilla's father died and sometime during the siege of illness, Joseph and her 
mother died, too. After the loss of her family, the Brewsters took Priscilla to live with them. 

On every record of the colony it is told how Myles Standish, despite his uncontrollable 
temper and the recent loss of his own wife, worked unstintingly, taking gentle care of the sick 
and dying, and finding no task too distasteful for him to perform. 

He settled quickly and easily into the life of the colony, proving himself invaluable on 
exploring and scouting parties. Because of his military knowledge, he was unanimously elected 
Captain and Military Defender on February 16, 1621, a position he proudly held for over 33 
years. 

He had a decided talent as a linguist and learned the language of several Indian tribes. 
Although because of his violent temper and noisy mannerisms the Indians did not like to deal 
with him, still he was able to make treaties and keep the peace over the years when the little 
colony was getting itself established. 

It is very doubtftil if he ever had any inclination toward having Priscilla as a wife. He 
was twice her age. Also, the 21 -year-old John Alden lived with Myles Standish from their 

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arrival in America and in a relationship as close as theirs, Standish must have known of John's 
love for Priscilla. 

History bears out that he must have started his "courtship by mail" of his first wife's 
younger sister, Barbara, not too long after Rose herself died. In late June, 1623, when the ships 
Anne and Little James arrived in the New World, his intended bride was on one of them. They 
were so quickly married that there is not even a mention of her maiden name. All that is known 
is that she and Myles had a long and happy marriage of over 30 years together. 

Two years later, Standish was chosen as the colony's representative to return to England 
to try to settle the dispute with the Merchant's Association. The association had not paid the 
money for the colony's enterprise as they had promised to do. On his return he was one of the 
three men granted the monopoly of the colony's trade. 

These three men were allowed to choose five partners. One of those chosen was John 
Alden. Standish and Alden's life intermingled over the years. Indeed they had to in a tiny 
settlement that covered less than one half mile of territory. From 1633 to 1659 Standish was also 
the treasurer of the colony. Following his retirement Alden took his place and in his turn served 
for many years. 

Myles and Alden surveyed boundaries of many new settlements being established in 
Massachusetts. Both became assistants to the governor, being re-elected time and time again, 
each in his own way adding much to the success of the settlement. 

The record was not kept but it is generally believed that Priscilla and John were married 
in late 1621 or early 1622, when she was nearly 20 and he 22 or 23, their fust child Elizabeth 
being bom in 1 624. 

During the 10 years between 1620 and 1630, Boston had gradually been settled by the 
Puritans. They became willing customers for cattle from the people of Plymouth. In order to fill 
this unlooked-for demand, more land was needed for grazing. To find it, several families moved 
from Plymouth to Duxbury. Among them were the Aldens with their five small children and the 
Standishes with their own growing family. 

Here they each buiU a home of oak and pine around a central chimney. The first floor 
had the usual two rooms, one used for a special living room or spare bedroom and the other as 
the kitchen - the most important room in the house - where most of the family living was done. 

Above these were two chambers each with fu-eplace. The windows were diamond-shaped 
panes set in lead. Between the walls the houses were insulated with marsh grass, or sea weed. 
Sometimes the bricks brought over in the ships as ballast were used. 

It was a hard life and a busy one, the day's work usually starting before sunrise and 
lasting till dark. Each day started as it ended with Bible readings and prayers. 

While the men plowed and cultivated large areas of land, cut wood, hunted deer for food, 
tended cattle and fished, the women spent their time tending their large families of children, 
cultivating vegetable gardens, taking care of flocks of hens, churning, spinning, weaving, baking 
and milking. 

Their food was simple but hearty - baked beans and brown bread, com meal mush, fish, 
venison and the wild birds that abounded in the region, turnips, onions, squash, pumpkins,' 
berries and beach plums. The women preserved the berries with molasses and maple sugar and 
sometimes honey, sugar being too expensive. Succotash was one of the most popular dishes. It 



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was not the simple mixture of beans and com of today but a real rib-sticking dish in itself This 
old recipe has been preserved over the years. 

Succotash 

2 fowls 

Vi pound lean pork 

2 quarts dried beans 

Vz turnip, sliced 

4 quarts husked com 
Boil the two fowls in four gallons of water in a large kettle. When 
done take meat from the bones, but be careful to leave it in large pieces. 
Boil the half pound of lean pork with the two quarts of dried beans 
and the half turnip, sliced. Boil the four quarts of husked com. 
Combine the three mixtures. Enjoy the succotash. 

The years went by, babies were bom, children grew up and married. Among them were 
Alexander, son of Barbara and Myles Standish, and Sarah, daughter of the John Aldens. 

Thirty-six years after arriving in the New World, Myles Standish died at the age of 72, 
leaving his wife Barbara and four sons to survive him. He was buried beside his daughter and 
daughter-in-law in the Old Burying Ground in Duxbury. 

The $13,000 estate which he left was large for the times. Listed among his possessions 
were five horses, fourteen cattle, sheep, sv^dne, weapons and most surprising of all, a small 
library. Among the books was "The Iliad," "History of Turkey," "History of Germany," "Book 
on Farming," three Bibles, and "Caesar's Conmientaries." 

John Alden was to survive him by 30 years outliving many of his own children. He died 
in 1686 at the good age of 87, the sole surviving male who had arrived on the Mayflower. 
Priscilla survived him by a few years. Both are buried on their Duxbury farm near Eagle Tree 
Pond near the home they lived in for over half a century. 



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BRIEF fflSTORY OF JOHN ALDEN AND PRISCILLA MULLINS 

John Alden and Priscilla Mullins were two Pilgrims who came to America on the 
Mayflower. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow tells how young Alden won the hand of fair Priscilla 
Mullins in the poem "The Courtship of Miles Standish," but his story is not based on fact. 

John Alden (bom 1599, died 1687) was 21 when he sailed for the New World, and was 
the youngest signer of the Mayflower Compact. He was a good speaker and was deeply 
interested in military matters. He became a close friend to Captain Miles Standish who 
commanded the small force defending the colony. 

John Alden married Priscilla Mullins in 1622; five years later they bought a farm of 160 
acres, then in 1631 he and Miles Standish founded the town of Duxbury, Massachusetts. Alden 
became one of the leading men in the colony. He was one of the eight who agreed to pay off the 
colonial debt. 

For several years he served as deputy in the Colonial legislature. In 1633 he was 
appointed an assistant to the governor, a position which he held during most of his life. 

Priscilla Mullins (bom 1604, died 1685?) was one of the first among the Mayflower 
passengers to be married in America. She was the daughter of William Mullins, a shopkeeper 
from Dorking, in Surrey, England. She is supposed to have said, "Speak for yourself, John" 
when John Alden proposed to her for his friend, Miles Standish. 

John and Priscilla had eleven children. Among their descendants were Henry Wadsworth 
Longfellow, William CuUins Bryant, John Quincy Adams and Charles Francis Adams. 

The site of a house built in Duxbury in 1653 by John Alden is still preserved. It is owned 
by one of his descendants. 

-Compiled by Bertha Perry 




John Alden Home, Duxbury 



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ELISABETH ALDEN PABODIE 

First White Woman Bom in New England? 

(Taken from Worcester Sunday Telegram, November 20, 1960) 

In a quiet coimtry churchyard in Little Compton, Rhode Island, a slim granite shaft marks 
the grave of one who, many believe, was the first white woman bom in New England. She was 
Elisabeth Alden Pabodie, eldest daughter of the Plymouth Pilgrims John and Priscilla (Mullins) 
Alden, and wife of William Pabodie. 

Betty Alden, as she is still known around Little Compton, was bom in Plymouth, 
probably in 1624. Though some dispute that she was the first white girl bom there, I can find no 
evidence to the contrary. 

Without question she was a leader among the Pilgrim children who enlivened early years 
at Plymouth and Duxbury. As an adult she was among those who pushed the Plymouth Colony 
frontier ever deeper into the wilderness. During her 93 years she became a link between the fnst 
settlers and her descendants bom within her lifetime who lived to see the Revolution cut last ties 
with the homeland. 

Betty's husband, Wilham Pabodie, was a man of substance, influential at Duxbury and 
later at Little Compton. He became a proprietor and early settler at Little Compton, and a 
founder and one of the first two deacons of the Little Compton church. In spite of this, however, 
and in a period when women walked in their husband's shadows and had few personal, political, 
or religious rights of their own, it is said that Pabodie "seems to have been made immortal 
because of being his wife's husband." 

When William died in 1707, his bequests to his wife contained a stipulation that she must 
not remarry. Inasmuch as they were both in their 80's, and had been wed for 63 years, this 
provision could be constmed as quite a compliment to Betty Alden. 

Much of what is known today about Betty Alden Pabodie is inferential, drawn from old 
records and from general knowledge of the period in which she lived. Hers was a long, busy and 
fruitful life, spent in wilderness settlements with few comforts; a life well filled with family 
happiness and occasional tragedy, holding much of quiet drama and with little time for boredom. 

She knew intimately those who had come on the Mayflower and their cliildren, and those 
who followed them to Plymouth. That historic ocean crossing and the dreadful first winter when 
her father remained one of only seven able to care for the sick and bury the dead at one time; that 
first Thanksgiving when her mother helped prepare for the survivors and their many Indian 
visitors a feast long remembered; these must have been oft told tales during her childhood. 

So, too, must have been the story of her parents' romance; how John came to Priscilla as 
emissary for their friend Myles Standish, and how, as one writer has said, the comely young 
maiden "preferred the messenger to the message." That famous story must have been recalled 
many times, especially when Betty's younger sister, Sarah, married Alexander, son of Myles 
Standish. 

Betty Alden knew first hand, and with great personal anxiety, of the witch hunts of 
distant Salem, where her brother John, though fortunately acquitted, stood trial as one of those 
accused. 

The events of King Phillip's War also became familiar to her, for although Duxbury was 
spared, when the Pabodies moved to Little Compton a few years later their neighbor there was 



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Captain Benjamin Church, hero of the Great Swamp fight. In time, intermarriage between their 
grandchildren was to strengthen the ties between these two famihes even more. 

All her life, Betty Alden lived surrounded by kinfoik. The Aldens are believed to have 
more descendants than any other family among the Mayflower Pilgrims, and, Betty, as the oldest 
of their eight children who lived to maturity, must have held a very special place in the family's 
affections. 

The 12 living children of Betty and William Pabodie were among more than 60 Alden 
grandchildren, most of whom married and had children and grandchildren within Betty's 
lifetime, hence the family never lacked children and young folks. 

Family names recurred over and over, among the Alden descendants. There were six 
Elisabeths, five Johns, six Sarahs, four Ruths among the grandchildren, and the names of 
Priscilla, Rebecca, Mercy, Joseph, William, and Jonathan were also common in each new 
generation. 

In time these generations overlapped. Betty's first son, John, was bom in 1645; her 
youngest brother, David, the following year. The youngest of Bettys 1 1 daughters, Lydia, was 
bom in 1 667, a year after the eldest, Elisabeth, was married to John Rogers. And when Elisabeth 
Alden Pabodie died in 1 717, it was reported in the Boston News Letter that "her granddaughter 
Bradford is a grandmother." 

Although Elisabeth Pabodie' s name is usually connected with Little Compton, she was 
60 years old, and her children were grown, before she and William settled there. 

It was in Duxbury, to which the Alden family had moved when she was a small child, 
that Betty grew up, and was married, and where her sons and daughters were born. 

There her oldest child, John, was killed in 1669 when his horse, so a coroner's jury 
reported, carried him under a tree bough and so fractured his skull. At Duxbury, too, her two 
youngest daughters Hannah and Lydia, were married m 1683, the year before Betty and William, 
and their son William, removed to Little Compton. 

They left behmd them in Duxbury most of theh daughters and their families. They left 
there, too, Betty's father, John Alden, who when he died in 1687, at the age of 89, was the last of 
the signers of the Mayflower Compact. 

William Pabodie, who came from England with his father as a boy, grew up in Duxbury 
and achieved a high position there. Various old papers describe him as a yoeman, boatman, and 
planter, and as wheelwright and surveyor. He served as a town officer, and was elected to the 
General Court for terms totaling 22 years. When the lands at Little Compton were apportioned 
out, he bought up the shares of servants to whom they were assigned, and so became one of the 
29 original proprietors and shared in future allotments as well. 

He was one of the committee sent in 1673 to purchase the Little Compton lands from 
Awashanks, Queen of the Algonquins there, to whom they paid 75 pounds steriing for what 
became most of the township west of the present common. He was clerk of the corporation and 
the town's earliest records and town map are believed to be m his handwriting. 

Little Compton was still a wilderness when the Pabodies went there in 1684. By 1693 
when the first crude town house was built, the population mcluded about 90 families totaling ' 
nearly 600 persons, plus 125 Indians with whom they seem to have lived amicably. There were 
no schools, no papers, no postal ser\dce. Except from farm to neighboring farm, most travel was 
by boat, for roads were but paths, and no carriages could travel them. 



379 



One very old house at Little Compton is still known as the Betty Alden house. It is a 
weathered grey shingled dwelling, now the residence of Frank P. Coolidge, and is set well back 
from the main highway and almost hidden by trees as ancient as the house itself. 

Valued at 30 pounds when William died in 1707, it remains an unpretentious building 
even today, though it has doubtless been enlarged and changed several times in the nearly 2 Vi 
centuries since Betty Alden Pabodie lived there. 

Betty's furnishings were as simple as her home, but probably typical of that period. For 
heat and cooling, she had a fireplace equipped with "trammels and a spit, tongs, and a fire slice 
and andirons," all listed in the carefiil inventory of William's possessions together with "basons" 
and "boals," a tankard, three platters and three porringers, and "some old puter" (pewter). 

Dripping pans, kettles, and skillets, turning pots and a grater, and odds and ends of other 
dishes and utensils, were all inventoried, indicating how valuable to a pioneer family were even 
the most ordinary household objects, in that day of scarcity. 

The inventory of William's estate also included two feather beds "and furniture belonging 
to them" including a warming pan, all valued at nearly half the worth of the house itself. There 
was, as well, a set of green curtains and valences that were to go to daughter Lydia after her 
mother's death. 

William and Betty had a chum for making butter, and a "cow and young calf to provide 
the cream. There were also listed a "mare and yearling mare," together with a "half bam" to 
house them, and old plow shares and a saddle to suggest that the mare had helped with the 
farming and perhaps carried the aging couple to church until they became too infirm. 

The inventory did not list a spinning wheel or loom, so essential in Colonial homes. 
Perhaps Betty had shared those of her neighbors, as was often customary; or perhaps, having 
little fiirther use for them in her old age, she and William had already passed them along to some 
granddaughter. There were a few luxuries, such as "one dozen napkins and two tablecloths and a 
looking glass," and three chests "and nine other chairs." Most precious of all, there were "sundry 
books" valued at six poimds; no small amount in an estate that totaled 407 pounds , 14 shillings. 

Of cash there remained only 2 pounds 10 shillings; not quite enough for medical bills and 
a ftmeral requiring "12 shillings for 3 gals, rum and 13 shillings for gravestones. 

Probably a few additional furnishings belonged to Betty herself, but the picture is one of 
a primitive, but for the period, comfortable home. 

After her husband's death, Betty Alden lived another 10 years among her growing flock 
of descendants before joining him in the tree-shaded burial ground near the church they had 
helped to build. The Boston News Letter said, taking note of her passing, "she was exemplary, 
virtuous, and pious, and her memory is blessed. She has left a numerous posterity." 

For many years Elisabeth Alden Pabodie rested under a simple slate stone, twin to that 
marking William's adjacent grave, but her descendants continued to look on William as a sort of 
consort, and Elisabeth as the important ancestor. In 1882 some of them had her gravestone 
cemented into the face of the granite shaft that now stands over the grave of this Pilgrim 
daughter. And on one side of the shaft they had carved: 

"A bud from Plymouth's Mayflower sprung, 
Transplanted here to live and bloom 
Her memory ever sweet and young 
The centuries guard within this tomb." 



380 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 <xi this chart is the same as no. 28 on c^art no. 10 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Bidowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



4 David WHITMARSH 



B:Abt 1550 BE 

P : Of Waymouth,Dorset,Eng 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



2 John WHITMARSH 



8:1595/1596 BEPS 

P : Weymouth,Dorset,England 

Wf:Abt 1623 

P : Weymoulh,Dorset,England 

D:1644 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,Mass. 



Mrs WHITMARSH 



B:1573 BE 

P :<Weymouth„D,England> 
D: 
P: 



1 John WHITMARSH 



B:7 Mar 1624 BEPS 

P :0f, W,NorfoIk,Massachusetts 
M:1654 

P : Weymoulh,N,Massachusetts 

]D:15DccI709 

IP : Weymouth,NorfoIk,Eng 



Sarah HARDING 



(Spouse of no. 1 ) 



3 Alice WHITMARSH 



B:]600 BE S 

P :Of,Weymouth,D,England 
D: 
P:?„MA 



Pn^aredby 




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720 N. Watjash 




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8 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B 
P 
M 
P 

to 



13 



B 
P 
D 

P 



14 



IS 



B 
P 

P 



381 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20. 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
0: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 27 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 29 on chart no. 10. 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 John HARDING 



8 



2 John HARDING 



B:1597 BEPSC 

P :0£W,Norfolk,Massachusetts 

M:Abt 1625 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,Mass. 

D:4 Mar 1719/1720 

P : , WeyTOouth,Norfolk,MA 



B:Abt 1594 BE 

P :<Of,W,N,Massachusetts> 

M:ABT 

P : ^Massachusetts 

D: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



Mrs HARDING 



B:Abtl598 BE 

P :<Of;W,N,Massachusetts> 
D: 



11 



1 Sarah HARDING 



B:1637 BEPS 

P :Of,W,Norfo!k,Massachusetts 

M:1654 

P : We>'mouth,N,Massachusetts 

D:Bef22 May 1693 

P : Of Weymouth,Norf.,MA 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



6 



John W HITMARSH 

(Spouse of no. 1} 



3 John HARDING 



B:Abtl601 BE SC 

P : Weymouih,N,Massadiusetts 
D: 
P: 



13 



14 



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B 
P 

P 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 

P 



382 



16 



17 



M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B^ 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



D: 



28 



29 



B< 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 28 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 30 on chart no. 10 



Ordinance Codes: 

B BapUzed 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Thomas HOLBROOK 



4 Wmiam HOLBROOK 



2 Thomas HOLBROOK 



B:l Mar 1599 BEPS 

P :Evers!ey,Glastonbury,S,Eng 

M:12 Sep 1616 

P : St John's,G,S,England 

D: 10 Mar 1677 

P : We>"mouth,P,Massachusetts 



8:1568/1578 BEPS 

P:St. Johns,G,S,England 

M:1586 

P : Glastonbury,S,England 

D:ll Dec 1625 

P :Of,Glastonbury,S,England 



B: 1529/1539 BEPS 

P : Glastonbury,G,E,(Abt 37) 17 

M: 19 Feb 1560 

P : Thombury,G,GJEng 

D:1571 

P :OCGlastonbury,S,England 

Constance THAYER 



Chart no. 29 

Ifi Thomas HOLBROOK fSR] 55 

'B:1500 be S 

M:Abt 1529 

D:I1 Feb 1561/1562 

Af mgs HOLBROOK 



B:1500 
D: 



BE S 



18 John THAYF.R fTAWIER) 
B:1503 BE S 

jM: 1520/1530 

^D:ll Feb 1561 



B: 1532/1542 BEPS 

P : Thombury,G,G,Eng 

D: 

P:,„England 



IQ Ironstance fConstans) 

B:1507 



BE S 



D:4 Mar 1576 



20 



10 



S Edith Mrs HOLBROOK 



B:1562 BE S 

P : OtGlaslonbury,S,England 

D:lUunl612 

P :Of,Glastonbury,S,England 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



1 John HOLBROOK 



B:6 Apr 1617 BEPS 

P:St Johns,Glastonbury,S,Eng 

M: 1654/1655 

P : Weymouih,Norfo]k,Mass 

D:23 Nov 1699 

P ; Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 



B 
P 
D 

P 



12 Mr. POWYES 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



6 WilUam POWYES 



Elizabeth STREAM E 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B:Abtl565 BE Sc 

P :Of,GIastonbury,S,England 

M:Abt 1593 

P : Of,Glastonbury,S,Eng] 1 3 

D: 

P: 



3 Jane POWYES (POWiS) 

6:1592/1602 BEpS 

P :Of,Glastonbury,S,England 
D:24 Apr 1677 
P : Weymouth,P,Massachusetts 



B:Abtl539 
P: Of England 
M:Abt 1564 
P: Of England 
D: 
P: 

Mrs. POWYES 



BE S 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B 

JM 



B:Abt 1543 
P: Of England 
D: 
P: 



BE S 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



EUzabeth Mrs POWYES 



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B:Abtl567 BE Sc 

P : Of,Glastonbury,S,England 
D: 
P: 



15 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 

D: 



30 



B 
;M 
jD 



B 
P 
D 
P 



383 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 31 on chart no. 10 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 John STREAM 



B:1595 BE Sc 

P :OW,NorfoIk,Massachusetts 

M: 

P : „England 

D: 

P : Of WeyTtiouth,Norfolk,Mass 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Elizabeth STREAMS 



8:1623/1624 BEPS 

P : St. Johns,G,Somerset,England 

M: 1654/1655 

P : We>'mouth,NorfoIk,Mass 

D:25JunI688 

P : St. Johns,G,Somerset,EngIand 



John HOL BROO K 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6. 



3 Mrs. Elizabeth STREAM 



B:Abt 1599 BE Sc 

P : OW,NorfoIk,Massachtisets 
D: 
P: 



I Prepaed by 
i Margie E.F. Stevens 
1 720 N. Wabash 
i Idaho Falls 

j I d^o U. S.A 

Telephone 
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B 
P 
D 
P 



P: 
D: 
P: 



9 



B 

P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
IM: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



^ 
O 



A 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



2S 



Si 
D: 



26 



B« 
M: 
D: 



27 



on 
D: 



28 



!B: 
M: 
0: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 30 





16 




8 




B: 

Iffla 


B: 
P: 


17 


D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 1j| on chart no. J[JL 

Ordinance Codes; 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 George ALPEN 



Chart no. 31 



16 



8 Richard ALDEN 



8:1575 BEPSc 

P : Southamplon,HJEngland,Eng 

M: 

P : Of Southampton,Hampshire 9 

D: 1619/1620 

P : Southampton,H,England 



B:I538 BEpSc 

P : Of,Scroby,Herts,England 1 7 
M:Abt 1565 
.P:England 

D: 30 Apr 1598 ^g 

P : Scroby,Herts,England 

Mrs. Aovs ALDEN 



Mr. ALPEN 

B:Abt 1502 
MI 

D: 

Mrs. ALPEN 



BE C 



BrAbt 1506 
0: 



BE c 



B:Abt 1540 



BE Sc 



2 John ALPEN 



!B:1599 BEpS 

tp : Oi^Southampton,H,England 

jM: 12 May 1622 

P ;Pl>'mouth,P,Massachuselts 

D: 12 Sep 1687 

P : Duxbury,P,Massachusetts 



P :0£;Scroby,Herts,England 

D:Aftl569 

P : England 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



10 



5 Jane 



B:1575 BE Sc 

P :Of,Southampton,H,England 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 



11 



1 Joseph ALPEN 



B:22 May 1627 BEPS 

P : Of,PIymouth,Plymoudi,MA 

M: 1657/1664 

P :Duxbury,P,M,Massachusetts 

D:8 Feb 1697 

P :Bridge\vater,Plymouth,MA 



12 



Mary SIMMONS 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Priscilia MULLINS 



This perscMi is the same as 
no. 3 on chart no. 26 



13 



14 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



15 



B 
P 
D 

P 



B: 
0: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



► Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 19 on ch^ no. 1 1 

Ordinance Codes: 
^B Baptized 
kE Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 
^ S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 32 



16 



8 Mr SIMMONS 



4 Moses SIMMONS 



2 Moses SIMMONS 



B:l Jan 1604 BEPS 

P:OfLaiden,SH,Nlhr. 

M: 1632/1637 

P: Leiden 

D:15 Sep 1691 

P : Duxbury,Plymouth,MA 



B:1570 BEpSC 

P :Leiden,SH,Netherlands 

M: 

P:„England ! 

D:Aft 1603 

P :Duxbury„Massachusctts 



B:Abt 1560 

P:„Eng]and 

M:Abtl580 

P:„England 

D: 

P: 

Mrs SIMMONS 



be sc 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 

ml 

D: 



B:Abt 1562 

P:„EngIand 

D: 

P: 



be sc 



19 



B: 
D: 

20 Levdon HOLLAND 



10 John HOLLAND 



Lydia HOLLAND 



B:1574 

P : ,Devonshire,England 

D:Aft 1604 

P: (Unknown) 



BEPSC 



11 



B:Abtl550 BE SC 

P : Weane,Devonshire,EngIand 21 

M:1573 

P :Of,Devonshire,England 



B:Abt 1532 

M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



D: 

P : (Unknown),DevDn,?,England 

Agnes RALLYSON 



22 



1 Mary SIMMONS 



B:1638 BEPS 

P :I>uxbury,Pl>inouth,MA 

M: 1657/1664 

P : Duxbur>',P,M,Massachusetts 

D:8 Feb 1697 

P : Bridgewater,Plymouth,MA 



B:Abt 1566 

P : ,Devonshire3ngland 

D: 

P :(Unkno\vn)„England 



12 James CHANDLER 



BE SC 
23 



B: 

Ma 

D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



Joseph ALDEN 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 Roger CHANDLER 



3 Sarah CHANDLER 



B: 15 Oct 1622 BEPS 

P :Pl>'mouth,Plymouth,MA 
D:27 Oct 1675 
P : West Bridgewater,P,MA 



B:I580 BEpS 

P :Colchester,England,OC,Eng 

M:21 Jul 1615 

P : Canterbury,Kent„En^and 

D:3 Oct 1665 

P :Bridgewater,Pl>'moulh,Mass 



13 



B:Abtl578 be s 

P:„England 

M:Abt 1622 

P:„EngIand 

D: 

P: 

Mrs James CHANDLER 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B:Abt 1580 

P:„England 

D: 

P: 



BE s 



27 



B: 
D: 

28 Lvonell CHILTON 



59 



14 James CHILTON 



B: 1562/1563 



BEPS 



Isabella CHILTON 



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B:15 Jan 1587 BEPS 

P : St.Paurs,C,Kent,England 
0:21 Jul 1615 
P : .,Duxbury,P,Massachusetts 



15 



P:St. Paul,C,Kent,Engiand 

M: 1584/1587 

P :Canterbur>',Kent,E,England 

O:8Decl620 

P :Ma>'flower,H,C,Banis, Mass 

Susanna FURNER 



29 



B:1539 
M:20 Sep 1580 
D:15 Feb 1583 

Isabell 



BEP C 



B:Abtl545 
D: 

30 Francis FURNER 



BE C 



M 



B:1564 BEpS 

P : St. Paul,C,Kent,England ^'^ 
D:21 Jan 1621 
P : .,Plymouth,P,Massachusetts 



B:Abtl538 

M: 

D: 

Isabell 



BE 



Thisj 
no. 25 



lerson is the same as 
I on chart no. 32 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on th?s chart is the same as no. 20 on chart no. 1 1 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



4 



2 John HUMPHREY 



{Spouse erf no. 1) 



Susan 



B 
P 

P 



1 Thomas HUMPHREY 

'B:Abtl635 BEP 

P :0f Hingham,N,MassachuscUs 
M:23 Dec 1665 
P :IIingham,P,Massachusetts 
D: 
P: 



Hannah LANE 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8. 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 

B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P; 

D: 
P: 

B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



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P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 

IT 
P: 
D: 
P: 

O 



7 



16 



IB: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



|B: 
'M: 
.D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



|m: 
-D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same ^ no. 21 on chart no. IJL 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Seated to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 George L.4NE 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Hannah LANE 



B: 24 Feb 1638/1639 BEP 

P : Hingham,N^assachusetts 

M:23 Dec 1665 

P : Hin]^am,P,Massachiisetts 

D: 

P: 



Thomas HUMPHREY 



6. 



{Spouse of no. 1) 



Sarah 



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B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



14 



15 



38 



8 



16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18. 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 



24 



25 



Da 

D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 34 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 24 on chart no. H 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E EndowaJ 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to sptxjse 

C Children's ordinances 



8. 



4 Zacharie BICKNELL 



2 Zacharv BICKNELL 



8:1590(45-1635) BEPSC 

P :0f Barrington,S,England 

M: 

P:„Eng]and 

D:9 Mar 1636/1637 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 



B:Abtl556 BE S 

P :0f Barrington,S,England 

M: 

P : Barrington,Smrsts,England 9 

D:8Junl621 

P : Barrington,S,England 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P; 



10 



5 Mrs. Johan BICKNELL 



B:AbiI560 BE S 

P :0f Barrington,S,England 
D:W.P. 1624 
P:OfBarringlon,S,England,Wp ^^ 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 John BICKNELL 



8:1624(11-1635) BEPS 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,MA 

M:1645 

P : Weymouth, S, Massachusetts 

D:20 Jan 1678 

P : We>-mouth,Norfolk,MA 



8: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



12. 



Mar y SHAW 

(Spcxjse cjf no. 1) 



6 Robert LOVELL 



3 Agnes Aana LOVELL 



8:1598/1599 BEPSC 

P :oB,Norfolk,Massachusetts 
D:9 Jul 1643 
P : Braintree,N,Massachusetts 



8:1568 BE 

P : OB,Norfollc,Massachusetts 
M: 

P:„England 

D:Aft25Jul 1672 

P : We>'mouth,N,Massachuselts 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



8: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14. 



7 Elizabeth 



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B:1576 BE 

P : Of Braintree,Norfolk4vlA 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



A 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



Q 



16 



8: 
M: 
D: 



17 



8: 
D: 



18 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



19 



8: 
D: 



20 



8: 
M: 
D: 



21 



8: 
0: 



22 



8: 

M: 

.D: 



23 



8: 
D: 



24 



8: 
M: 
D: 



25 



8: 
D: 



26 



B: 

IM: 
b: 



27 



8: 
D: 



28 



8: 

:m: 

D: 



29 



8: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 2f on chart no. li 



Chart r>o. M 



16 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Thomas SHAW 



4 ThoBnas SHAW 



B:Jan 1563 be 

P :Northov\Tam,H,Y,England 

M:16Decl588 

'P :Northowram,Halifax,Y,Eng 

b: 15 May 1600 

P:(Wp) Northowram,H,YJEng 



B:Abt 1538 

P:HaHfax,York,Eng 

M:4 Oct 1562 

P : Halifax, York, Eng 

D:Mar 1575 

P:Halifax,York,Eng 



S iSvbiiMASON 



B: 
M: 

D: 



17 



B: 
D: 

18 Thomas MASON 



2 Abraham SHAW 



B: 14 Nov 1585 BEPS 

P :Northowram,HP,Y,Eng 

M:24Junl616 

P : Halifax, Yorkshire,EngIand 

D: 10 Oct 1638 

P:(Est Inv),Of Dedhain,N,MA 



B:Feb 1540 

P: Halifax, York,Eng 

D:Aft 1589 

P :Halifex,York,Eng 



10 Brian LONGBOTHAM 



19 



B:Abt 1500/1505 
M:Befl530 
D:4 Aug 1551 

Jeaet rUNKNOWN} 



B:Befl5I0 
D:Mar 1574 



20 



Eliiabeth LONGBOTTOM 



B:I3 Oct 1560 be 

P :Northowrain,H,Y,England 

D:Aill5Jull624 

P :0f Northowram,H,Y,Eng 



11 



B:Abt 1520 

P :Northowram,H,YC,England 

M: 15 Jan 1559 

P :NorthowTam,H,YC,EngIand 

D:Ail 1569 

P :Northowram,York,Eng 

Alice MAWD 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



1 Mary SHAW 



B:18Junl626 BEPS 

P :Northo\vram,H,Y,Eng!and 

M:1645 

P : WejTOOulhjS.Massachusetts 

D:25 Mar 1658 

P : Weymouth,Norfolk,Mass 



B:Ben539 

P :Northowram,York,Eng 

D:12 Jan 1572 

P :Northowram,H,YC,England 



23 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 

24 Richard BEST 



12 



Henry BEST 



6 Henry BEST 



John BICKNELL 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 tEli2abeth (Bridget) BEST 
B:9 Apr 1592 BEPS 

P:Of,Halifax,Y,England 
D:1649 
P:Dedham,Norfolk,MA 



B:20 Apr 1544 BEP C 

P :Ovendon,Halifex,Y,England 

M:23 Oct 1577 

P: 13 

D:Sep 1622 

P :Holdsworth,0,H,York, Eng 



B:1527 BE S 

P : Harley, Yorkshire,Eng}and 

M:26 Oct 1552 

P : Halifax, Yorkshire,England 

D:29 May 1572 

P : Halifax, Yorkshire,England 

Margarita MAUD (MAWD) 



25 



B:1501 

M: 

D:8 Nov 1551 

Johanna .Mrs.. BEST 



B:1505 
D:6Junl544 

26 John Or Johis MAUD 



B:1531 BEPS 

P : Halifax, Yorksh!re,Engjiand 
0: 
P: 



27 



B:Abtl502 
M:Abt 1529 
D: 

Mrs. MAUD 



BE SC 



B:Abtl5a6 
O: 



BE SC 



28 



14. 



Elizabeth ROBINSON 



[ Prepared by 

j Margie E.F. Stevens 

' 720 N. Wabash 

idaho Falls 

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Telephone 

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B:1568 

P : ,Halifax,Yorks,Eng 

D: 

P: 



15 



B: 
P: 

M* 

P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
M: 
0: 



29 



Be 



30 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 

390 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 oi this chart is the same as no. 28 wi chart no. 11. 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



4 Jonas HUMPHREY 



BE S 



2 Jonas HUMPHREY 



iB:9 Sep 1587 BEPS 

P : Wendover,Bucks.,England 

M:ll Jim 1607 

P : Wcndovcr,Bucks., England 

D: 19 Mar 1662 

P : Dorchester, Sufrolk,Mass. 



B:1565 

P:Of,Wendover3,Eng 

M:Abt 1583 

P : Of Wendover,B,England 

D:2Decl659 

P : Wendover,Bucks.,England 



10 



5 Ann 



B:1570 BE 

P:Of.Wendover,B,Eng 

D: 

P: 



11 



1 Jonas HUMPHREY 



|B:1620 BEPSC 

\P : Wendover,Bucks.,England 

M:1648 

P : Dorchester ,Norfolk,Mass. 

D:30 Oct 1689 

P : Weymoulh,Norfolk,Mass 



B 
P 
D 

P 



12 



Marth a 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Frances COLEY 



B:1591 BE S 

P : of,Wendover,Bucks,England 
D: 18 Nov 1676 
P ; Dorchester, S,Massachusetts 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



13 



B 
P 
D 

P 



14 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



15 



B 
P 
D 

P 



391 



n:! 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
Nh 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



jB 
{Ml: 
D 



2S 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 

B: 
D: 



Chart no. 37 



► Pedigree Chart 

^ No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 26 on chart no. 12. 

Ordinance Codes: 
^B Baptized 
|E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 
I S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



16 



8 WiUiam TORREY 



4 Phillip TORREY 



2 WUIiani TORREY 



B:1555 BEPS 

P:Combe,SN,S,Eng]and 

M:Befl585 

P :Combe,SN,S,EngIand 

D:Abt 1639 

P:CS,Co. Somerset„England 



8:1530 BEPSC 

P : Combe,SN,S,England 

M: 

P: ! 

D:31 Aug 1604 

P :0f Combe,SHS,England 



B:Abt 1500 BE 

P :0f Combe,SN,S,England 

M:Abt 1529 

P:„England 

D:Jun 1556/1557 

P :Combe,SN,S,England 

Thomasvne Mrs TORREY 



17 



B: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



B:Abtl504 BE 

P : Of Combe,SN,S JEngland 
D: 
P: 



19 



10 



Jane Mrs TORREY 



B:Abtl535 

P:Of,CSN,S,EngIand 

D: 

P: 



BE SC 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Phillip TORREY 



B:1580 BEPS 

P :Combe,St Nicholas,S,Eng!and 

M:27 Nov 1604 

P :,Pitramster,S,Eng5and 

D:27Junl621 

P :Combe,St Nicholas, S.England 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



Alice RICHARDS 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Alice Mrs TORREY 



B:Abtl560 BE S 

P : Of Combe,SN,S,England 
D:Apr 1639 
P : Combe,SN,S,England 



13 



B 

P 

Ml 

P 

D 

P 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



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B 
P 

P 



15 



B 
P 
D 



392 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



Bit 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 

M: 
D: 



D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
0: 



28 



29 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



8: 
D: 



Chart no. 38 



Pedigree 

No. 1 on Uiis chart is the same as no. 27 on chart no. 12 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Chiidren's ordinances 



8 



4 Winiam RICHARDS 



|B:AbtI515 BE S 

P : Pitminster,S,EngIand 

P: 

D:1565 

P:Taunton,S,E,Wjn Probate 



2 James RICHARDS 



B:1558 BEPS 

P :Pitminster,S,England 

M:Abt 1583 

P: 

D: 1607/1608 

P:Taunton,S,E,Will Probate 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



S lMrs-William RICHARDS 

B:Abt 1519 BE 

P : Piimlnster,S,England 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
-P: 
D: 



11 



1 Alice RICHARDS 



|B:1584 BEPS 

!p :0f Combe,SN,S,England 

|m: 27 Nov 1604 

jP : ,Pitminster,S,England 

0:24 Apr 1634 

P:Combe,St. Nicholas,S,Eng)and 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



Phillip TORREY 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs-James RICHARDS 



B:Abt 1570 

P:Of,CSN,S,England 

D: 

P: 



BE S 



M: 

P 
D: 

P: 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



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Idaho Falls 
Idaho U.S.A. 



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Date prepared 
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15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 

bI 

P; 
D: 
P: 



39 



Q 



16 



B: 
M: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 

D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 



271 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 20 on chart no. 13 

Ordinance Codes; 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's onjinances 

4 John HOWLAND 



2 John HOWLAND 



B:154I BEPS 

P:(XEssex,Eng 

M:1560 

P:Of,Essex,Eng 

D:3I Jan 1611/1612 

P: White Chapel,M,England 



B:Abtl511 BE 

P: Newport Pond,L,England 
M: 
P: 

D: 1568/1570 
P : ,Essex,England 



S Anne GREENWAY 



B:Abt 1515 BE 

P : ,Clay,NorfoIk,EngIand 
0:1586/1588 
P:St. Peter„Engiand 



1 Henry HOWLAND 



B:I564 BEPS 

P :Of,Fen Stanton,H,Eng 
M:26 Apr 1600 
P:EIy,Cambridge,E,(St. Mary) 
D: 17 May 1635 
P :Fen StantoJiE.Great Britain 



6 Nicholas REVELL 



AMce AIRES 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Emma REVELL 



B:I542 BEPS 

P:Of,Essex,Eng 

0:1613/1614 

P :Fen Stanton,H„England 



B:Abtl51I BE 

P :Of,Middlescx,England 

MrAbt 1538 

P:„England 

D: 

P: 



7 Mrs. Nicholas REVELL 



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B:Abtl513 BE 

P :Of,Middlcsex,England 
0: 
P: 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B 
P 

P 



12 



13 



14. 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



394 



l!i! 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
0: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
0: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



D: 



22 



23 



D: 



24 



25 



d: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26. 



M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 

M: 
0: 



B: 
D: 



30. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 40 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 21 on diart no. 13 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endcwved 

P SeaJed to parents 

S Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Mr. AIRES 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



Abt 1540 

„0f Essex,Eng!and 

Abt 1566 

„OfEssex,England 



BE SC 



1 Alice AIRES 



BEPS 



B:1567 

P:Of,Fcn Stanton,H,Eng 

M:26 Apr 1600 

P:Ely,Canibridge,E,(St. Mary) 

D: 30 Jul 1629 

P : Fenny, Stanlon,Hunts,England 



Henry HO WLAN D 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs. AIRES 



B:Abt 1544 

P : „0f Essex,EngIand 

D: 

P: 



BE SC 



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8 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10. 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



12 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 

P: 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



395 



16 



B: 
Mi 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



IB: 

jM: 
-D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
iM: 
ID: 

B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

_D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



►Pedigree Chart 

|No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 26 on chart no. 13 

Ordinance Codes: 
*B Baptized 
|E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 
^ Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 
^ 4 



1 2 George .4iithonv? STOPPER 



;B:I575 

P:<,„England> 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



B 

P 
D 
P 



1 John STOPPER 



B:1601 BE S 

P : London,London„England 

M:1629 

P:, England 

D:19Decl661 

P : Hm^am,P,Massachusetts 



6 



Anna 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs STOPPER 



B:1579 

P:<„,EngIand> 

D: 

P: 



B: 
P: 

ml 

P: 
D: 
P: 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



11 



B: 

P: 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



13 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 



396 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 



18 



19 



B: 

Ma 

D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 

nfitt 

D: 



D: 



24 



25 



ol 

M: 
D: 



B: 
0: 



26 



B: 
M: 

D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30. 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
0: 



Chart no. 42 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is tlie same as no. 30 on chart no. JL3 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Bafi^ized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealal to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 Thomas GALLOP 



16 



8 JohH GOLLOP 



2 John GALLOP 



B:1571 BEpS 

P :N. Bowood,Dorset,Eng 

M:1590 

P : ,Dorsetshire,Eng]and 

D:ll Jan 1650 

P :Mosteme Pari sh,D,Engl and 



1 John GALLOP 



Christabeila 



{Spouse of no. 1) 



3 JMaryCRABBE 



B: 14 Sep 1565 BEPS 

P:"Of' Castlewich,C,Eng 
D: 

P : Mosteme,?,Dorset,England 



B:1530 BEPS 

P :N BowoodjDorsetjEngland 

lM:Abt 1555/1560 

i 

jP : ,Dorsetshire,England 9 

|d:8 Apr 1610 

P :N Bowood,Dorsct,England 



B:Abt 1500 BEpSC 

P:OB&S,Dorset,England 17 

IM:1533 

P: 

D:Abt 1533 ^g 

P : North Bowood,D,EngIand 

Joan COLLINS 



John GOLLOP 

B:Abt 1475 

M: 

D:1533 



Chart no. 43 

£1 

bep c 



Joan COLLINS 

B:1479 
D: 



be c 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B:15I5 



BE SC 

P : Snails Croft,Dorset,Eng "* ^ 

D: 

P: 



B: 
D: 



20 



10 Humphrey WATKINS 



:B:Abt 1500 



BE S 



B: 
M: 
D: 



5 1 Agnes WATKINS 



B: 



B:1527 BEpS 

P : Holwell,Dorset,England 
D:22Jul 1604 
P :North Bowood,D,England 



:P:Holwell,I>orsetshire,England 21 

|M:Abt 1574 

jP:„England ^• 

D:1610 22 John SYMONDS 

P :HolweIl,Dorsetshirc,England 



11 



Catherine SYMONDS 



B:Abtl519 



BE S 



B:1593 BEP 

P :Mosterton,Dorset^ngland 

M:Abt 1620 

P: 

D:ll Jan 1650 

P :Boston,Norfolk Co,Ma,S 



P :Ca]ly,Somersetshire,England 

D: 

P: 



23 



1493 



Mrs. John SYMONDS 

B:1497 
D: 



24 



12 



6 John CRAB 



iB:Abt 1530 

P:,Essex,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



13 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B 
P 
D 
P 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



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720 N. Wabash 




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B 
P 
D 
P 



15 



B 
M 



29 i 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
0: 



39 



'Pedigree Chart 

I No. 1 on this chart is 8ie same as no. 16 on chart no. 14 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 
|E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 
>S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



16 



8 Nicholas WILDER 



4 John WILDER 



B:I500 EpSC 

P : Sulhani,Berksh!re,England 

M:Abt 1534 

P : Sulham,Berkshire,England ' 

D: 

P: 



.2 John WILDER 



8:1535 BEPSC 

P : Su]ham,Berkshire,England 

M:1570 

P : „England 

D:1588 

P: 



B:1459 BE s 

P :of Sulham,B,EngIand 

M:Abt 1499 

P : Sulham,Bei"lcshire,Englaiid 

D:1488 

P : Bosworth„England 

Mrs 



17 



B: 
D: 



18. 



B:1460 BE s 

P : of Sulham,B,England 
D: 
P: 



19 



B: 
M: 
b: 



10 



Agnes 



B 
P 
M 



B:1502 BE SC 

P : of Sulham,B,England 

D: 

P^ 11 



1 Thomas WILDER 



B:1598 BEPSC 

P : Shipiake,Oxfordshire,England 

M:Abt 1617 

P :Nunliide,Berkshire,England 

D:1634 

P : SuUham,Berkshire,England 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



6 Thomas KEATES 



Martha HIGGS 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Alice KEATES 



B:1530 BEPSC 

P : Sulham,Berkshire,Engiand 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 

P: 



D: 
P: 



14 



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15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



398 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



M: 
D: 



D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



B: 
O: 



28 



29 



B: 
0: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 44 





P: 


26 








B: 








M: 


13 






D: 




B: 








D> 


27 





Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 18 cm diart no. 14 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



4 Thomas EAMES 



B:Abl 1525 BE 

i 

jP : At Dorsetshire,England 
'M:Abt 1550 

P :Of Dorsctshire,EngIan<i 

D:Abt 1605 

P:At Dorsetshire,England 



SC 



B 
P 
M: 

P 



2 Thomas EAMES 



8:1548 BEPSC 

P :Fordington,S,Dorset,England 

M:Abt 1576 

P ; Ford!nglon,SG,D,England 

D:25 Junl618 

P :Fordington,S,Dorset,England 



D: 
P: 



10 



5 1 Joan 



B:Abt 1520 be 

P :At DorsclshircEngland 
D: 
P: 



SC 



11 



B 
P 
M: 

P 
D 

P 



1 Anthony EAMES 



B:1595 BEPS 

P :Fordington,S,E)orset,England 

M:Abt 1613 

P : Fordington,SG,Dorset,England 

D:1686 

P :Fordington,S,Dorset,England 



B 
P 
D 

P 



12 



Marge ry PIE RCE 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 



3 Milliceot 



B:1552 BE SC 

P :Fordington,S,Dorset,EngIand 

D:Mayl614 

P : Fordington,S,Dorset,England 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 

P 
D 

P 



B: 
P: 
0: 
P: 



14 



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B 
P 

P 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 



16 



17 



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M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



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D: 



22 



D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



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M: 
D: 



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D: 



26 



27 



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M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



'^ 



29 



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D: 



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31 



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D: 



Chart no. 45 



D: 


18 




P: 




B: 
M: 

D: 


B: 






D. 


19 





^Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 20 on chart no. 14. 



Ordinance Codes: 
iB Baptized 

E Endowed 
^P Sealed to parents 
L S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 William WHITON 



B:1573 be Sc 

P : Hook Norton,0,England 

M:1590 

P :Hook Norton,0,England 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Thomas WHITON 



B:I573 BEPSC 

P :Hook Norton,Oxford,England 
M: 
P: 

0:1664 

P :Plyinouth,P,Massachusetts 



6 



Audr y 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3!Catherine ARPENE ARDERNE 



B:1578 BE Sc 

P :Hook Norton,0,Engla^d 
D: 



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720 N. Wabash 

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B: 

P: 

— I D: 

P: 



Date prepared 
14 Jut 2001 



8 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



10. 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



13 



B 
P 

P 
D 
P 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 

400 



16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18. 



19 



B: 

Iwitt 

D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



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M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



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25 



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M: 
D: 



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D: 



26 



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M: 
D: 



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D: 



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29 



M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 46 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 (XI this chart is the same as no. 22 on diart no. 14 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spcxjse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Edwarde BEALES 



B:1563 BE 

P :Hingham J^forw'ich,N,Eng 

M:8 Sep 1586 

P : Wraplingham,N,England 

D:26 Oct 1657 

P : Wramplin^am,CN,N,Eng 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 John SEAL (BEALES) 



B:1588/J589 BEPS 

P : Hingham,Norwich,N,Eng 

M:U Junl616 

P : WjTnondham.NorfolkjEngland 

D:l Apr 1688 

P :Hingham,P,Massachusctls 



Fra nces R IPLEY 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 (Unknown) STONE 



B:Abll535 

P : (Unknown)„England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P :(Unknown)„EngIand 



3 Martha STONE 



6:1564 

P : (Unknown),N,?,Eng!and 

D:1617 

P :0f Hingham,Norf.,Eng 



B 
P 



Pr^ared by 
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720 N. Waljash 
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Idaho U.S.A. 



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8 



B 
P 

M; 
P 



p 



B 

P 
D 

P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
M 
P 
D 
P 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B 
P 

In* 

P 

D 

P 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 

P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



40 



mi 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



g; 



19 



B: 
D: 



20. 



B: 

M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
II: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 

M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



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M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



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29 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 47 



pedigree Chart 

|lo. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 23 on chart no. 14 

•rdinance Codes: 
P Baptized 
£ Endowed 
" Sealed to paraits 
& Sealed to spouse 
C Children's ordinances 

4 (Unknown) RIPLEY 



B:Abt 1520 

P :(Unknown)„England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P :(Unknown)„England 



WUliam RIPLEY 



IB: 1555 

iP : Of Wramplingham,Nrflk,Eng 

JM: 

P: 

D:Aft31 Aug 1619 

P : Wymondham,?,N,England 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



Frances RIPLEY 



I jB: 15 Apr 1584 



BEPS 

jP : W)Tnondham,N,N,Eng!and 
\ JM:11 Junl616 
I |P:Wymondham,NorfoIk,England 

D: 19 Mar 1630 

P : Wymondham,N,N,England 



John BEAL (BEALES) 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Sicelve REVE 



B:Abt 1554 

P :0f Wramplingham,Nrflk,Eng 

B:Abtl9Mayl597 

P : WrainplJnghain,N„England 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



B 

P 

D 
p 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 

M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 

M> 

P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



402 



16. 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
0: 



18 



19 



B: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24. 



25 



B: 
0: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 48 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no, 16 on chart no. 23 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S ^aled to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



4 John WEBB 



2 Jofag Aiexander WEBB 



iB:ll Jan 1484 



BE 



P : Stratford, Warwickshire,Eng 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



B:1450 

P:0f,01dsrck,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



1 Henry Alexander WEBB Sr. 



B:ll May 1510 BE S 

P : Stratford, W,Eng,England 

M:1533 

P: Stratford, Wars,Eng 

D: 

P; 



6 



Grac e ARDE N 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



Mrs. John Alexander WEW 



B:Abt 1488 

P:,„England 

D: 

P: 



BE 



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8 WiUiani WEBB 



9 Joan STONE 



B:<1429> 

P :<London,Lond(Mi,England> 

D: 

P: 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



Ifi John WEBB 



IB 

Im 



|B: 16 Mar 1425 

P : London,London,England 1 7 

M: 

r 

D: 18 

P: 



1405 



B: 
D: 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



B 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B 

D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



iM 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



jPedigree Chart 

' o. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 17 on chart no. 23 



Chart no. 50 



i 



16 



^rdinance Codes: 

P Baptized 

jE Endowed 

W Sealed to parents 

& Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Robert De ARDEN 



4 Walter De ARDEN 



B:Abt 1441 BEPS 

P:Of,ParkHall,W,England 

M:Abt 1466 

P:0tGH3,Englaiid 

D:1502 

P: 



1 Thomas ARDEN 



B:Abt 1469 BEPS 

^ -P :0f Wiimcote,AC,W,England 

D:1546 
P: 



8:1413(8-1421) 



BEPSC 



P rOCPark Hall,W,England 

M:Abt 1440 

P:Of,Saltley,W,EngIand 

0:1451/1452 

P: 



17 



Ralph De ARDEN KM 



M 



B:Abt 1373 

M:1412 

0:1420/1421 

Sibell De BELGRAVE 



BEPSC 



B:Abt 1375 
0: 



BE SC 



1 8 Richard De CLODSHALE 64 



B:Abt 1384 
M: 
E CLODSHALE fCLODSHALUi n - 



BEP C 



C:1426 

P:Of;Saltley,W,England 

D: 

P: 



BEPSC 
19 



Isabel EDGBASTAN 



1 Johp HAMPDEN KNIGHT 



Eleanor HAMPDEN 



B:Abtl386 



BEPS 



B:<1404> C 

D: 

20 Edmund HAMPDEN SIR 65 

!B:Abt 1335" BEP 

M:Abt 1378 
— D:W.P.29y\PR1420 



B:Abt 1445 BEPS 

P : Of Great Hampton,B,Eng. 
D: 
P: 



\ Grace ARDEN 



11 



P : Of Hampden,B,England 
M:}423 

P:OW,Comwall,England 
D:1450 



21 



Joanna BELKNAP 



66 



B:Abt 1345 
D: 



BEP 



22 John WHALESBOROUGH SIR 



Elizabeth WHALESBOROUGH 



<1380> 



BE S 



jB:1514 BEPS 

|P : Of >^llincote,AC, W,EngIand 

Im:1533 

P: Stratford, Wars,Eng 

0:3 Dec 1639 

P : . Windsor,H,EngIand 



Henry Alexander WEBB Sr. 

(Spouse of no. 1} 



B:Abt 1406 

P : Of Whalesborough,C,Eng. 

D: 



23 



Joan RALEIGH 



B:<1384> 
D: 



24. 



12 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



3 Mrs-Thomas ARDEN 



B:Abtl473 BE S 

P:0„, Warwickshire, England 
0: 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



25 



B: 
0: 



26 



B 
P 
D 
P 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



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B: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



15 



B 
M 
D 



29 



B: 
0: 



30 



B 

P 
D 
P 



31 



B: 
0: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 18 on chart no. 23 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Thomas ARDEN 



This person is the same as 
no. 2 on chart no. 50 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Robert ARDEN 



B:1506 BE S 

P :0f WiImcote,AC,W,England 

M:1526 

P : Of WiImcore,AC,W,Eiigland 

D:Dec 1556/1557 

P : , W,A,Warwick5hire, England 



Ma ry WE BB 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs-Thomas ARDEN 



This person is the same as 
no. 3 on chart no. 50 



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Idaho U.S.A. 




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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B: 

P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P: 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P: 



12 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



13 



B: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
0: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 

M: 

■D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



{B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



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D: 



28 



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M: 
D; 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 19 on chart no. 23 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endo>fVed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 John Alexander WEBB 



This person is the same as 
no. 2 on chart no. 49 



1 Mary WEBB 



iB:5 Feb 1512 BE S 

!p : Of Wilmcote.AC, W,EngIand 

!m:1526 

|P : Of WilmcorcAC, W,England 

D:Befl550 

P : Stratford, Warwick,Eng 



Robert ARDEN 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs. John Alexander WENA^ 



This pa^wi is the same as 
no. 3 on chart no. 49 



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Idaho U.SA 




Telephone 


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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 



14 



15 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 



B 
P 
D 
P 



...I 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 

M: 

-D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 



25 



B: 
b: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
0: 



30 



8: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 24 on chart no. 26. 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



16 



8 WOlmm MQLYNEUX KNIGHT 

B:AbtI471/I472 BEPS 

P : Of,Sefton,L,Englai}d 1 7 

M: 



Tt.nm5.Q MOLYNEUX K 6j 

B:1445 BEPS 

Mill Jul 1463 
;D: 12 Jul 1483 



4 Richard MOLYNEUX BS 



2 WSlliam MOLYNEUX{+) 



B:Abt 1521 BEPS 

P : Of,Sefton,L,England 

M: 

P: 

D:llJunl567 

P : Vp„Lancashire,Eng!and 



B:I510 BEPS 

P : Of,Sefton,L,England 

M:Abt 1532 

P : ,Sefton,Lancashire,England 

D:3 Jan 1568/1569 

P: Ireland 



P: 

D: 16 Mar 1548 
P: 

Jane RUGGE 



lAnna DUTTON 

B:Abt 1448 
D:22 Oct 1520 



BEPS 



18 



B:AbtI475 BE S 

P :Of,Rugge,S,England 
D: 
P: 



19 



Richard RUGGE KNIGHT 

B:Abt 1445 

M: 

D: 



Margaret (Shften^ MORETON 

B:<1453> 

D: 



20 



10 Alexander RADCLIFFE 



Eleanore RADCLIFFE 



B:Abt 1512 BEPS 

P :Of,Ordsall,N,England 
B:15 Jan 1611/1612 
P : At,Walton,L,England 



11 



B:<1473> BE Sc 

P : Of„Lancashire,England 21 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 

Alice BOOTH 



B: 
D: 



22 



B:<1477> 



BE Sc 



1 John MULLINS MOLINES 



B:1525 BEPS 

P : Warmhani,Sussex,E,Eng 

M:Abt 1550 

P : ,Of,Devonshire,England 

D:1572 

P: 



P :<Of„Lancashire,England> 

D: 

P: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 



6 John CARRIL 



J M ONTAGU (MONTACUTE ) 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Bridgetf CARRIL 



B:Abt 1499 BEPS 

P :Merstham,Sussex,England 
D: 
P: 



B:<1473> C 

P :<Merstham,Sussex^ngland> 

M: 

P: 13 

O: 

P: 



25 



B: 



26 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



14 



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B:<1477> C 

P :<Merstham,Sussex,En^and> 
D: 



P: 



15 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



40 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on tliis chart is the same as no. 25 on chart no. 26 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Seated to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



Chart no. 54 
1 6 MONTAGU (MONTACUI E) 69 



8 J MONTACUTE (MONTAGU) 



4 WiHiam MONTACUTE 



B:Abt 1450 BEPSC 

P:,Devon,Eng]and 

M:Abt 1489 

P : ,Of,Devonshire,England ■ 

D:Aft 1505 

P: 



2 W MONTACUTE (MONTAGU) 
B:Abt 1490 BEPS 

P:,Dcvon,England 
M:Abtl514 
P : Of,Dorsct,D,EngIand 
b: 



P: 



B:Abt 1412 

P:,Devon,England 

M:Abt 1450 

P : ,Of,DevonshireJ£ngland 

0:1519 



Agnes MORE 



BEPSC 
17 



B:Abt 1373 

M: 

0: 

Mary Of Devon 



BEPSC 



B:Abt 1400 
D: 



BE SC 



18 



B:Abtl425 
P:„England 
D:Aftl519 
P: 



10 



Mary SUTTON 



B:Abt 1460 

P:,Devon,England 

D: 

P: 



BE SC 



11 



1 MONTAGU (MONTACUTE) 

'B:AbtI523 BEPS 

P : Warmhain,Susscx,E,Eng 
M:Abt 1550 
iP : ,Of,DevonshiTe,England 

Id: 

P: 



Jphj_MyLUNS^MOLp^ , 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



3 Margaret PEVERELL 



B:Abt 1494 

P:,Devon,England 

D: 

P: 



BE S 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



Elizabeth BUTTERWORTH 



I Prepared by 
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; Telephone 

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B:<1472> 

P ;<,Devon,England> 

D: 

P: 



15 



B 
P 
D 



BE SC 
19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30. 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 an this chart is the same as no. 26 m chart no. 26 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C ChikSen's ordinances 



2 Edmund MOLYNEUX 



B:<1485> 

P :<0f Dorking,S„England> 

M: 

P: 

D:1552 

P: 



1 John MOLYNEUX 



B:Abtl511 

P :Of,I>orking,Surrey,England 

M: 

P: 

D:1591 

P: 



Annie FLE NNIGA N Lady 
(Spouse erf no. 1) 



3 Jaae CHENEY 



B:<H89> 

P : <0f Dorking,S„England> 

D: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



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B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B: 
P: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



13 



B 

P 
D 

P 



14 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
0: 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 



16 



k 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 



21 



B: 
0: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
Ilk 
D: 



27 



B: 
0: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart fK). 55 




w 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on ttiis chart is the same as no. 28 on chart no. 26 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 John ATTE WODE 



16 Peter ATTEWODE 



8 Peter ATTE WODE 



2 John ATWOOD 



|B:Abt 1445 BE S 

P : Sanderstead,Surrcy,England 

M:Abt 1483 

P :Of,Sanderstead,S,England 

D:30Jull525 

P : Sanderstead,Surrcy,England 



B:Abt 1400 BEPS 

P : Sandcrstead,Surrey„England 

M: 

P: 

D:Aft 1459 

P:,„England 



B:Abt 1360 BEPSC 

P : Sanderstead,Sun"ey„EngIand -j 7 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



Chart no. _56_ 
70 



B:Abt 1321 

M: 

D: 30 Nov 1382 



BEPSC 



Mrs. Laurencia ATTE WODE 



B:Abt 1324 
D: 



BE SC 



18 



Mrs. Petronilla ATTE WODE 



B:Abt 1364 BE SC 

P:Sanderstead,Surrey,England ^ 
D: 
P: 

20 



10 



Mrs. IsabeUa ATTE WODE 



B:Abtl405 BE S 

P : Sanderstead,Surrey„England 
D: 

^- 11 



1 John Hewson ATWOOD 



B:I509 BEPS 

P :Of,Sanderstead,S,England 

M:Abt 1533 

P.St Martin-In-Th„L,England 

D:3I Jan 1562 

P:St. Martin*S-In-,T,L,SurTey 



Margaret Mrs ATWOOD 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



B 

P 

M: 

P 

D 

P 



Mrs. Denes ATWOOD 



B:Abtl454 K S 

P : Sanderstead,SurreyJEngIand 
D: 17 Mar 1530/1531 
P : Sanderstead, Surrey ,EngIand 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



15 



B: 
D: 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
0: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 30 on diart no. 2& 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spaise 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Mr. HARMON 



B:1500 
iPiSurrey.Eng 
;M:Abt 1521 



s 



»,Eng 
UNKNOWN 

Unk 



5 



Mrs- James HARM AN 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 <UpkgowB> 



8:1500 

P : Surrey.Eng 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 J HARMEN OR HARMON 

S:1522 BE s 

jP :Of^Sandersteaid,S,England 
|M:Abt 1547 

i 

IP : ,0f Surrey3ngland 

|d: UNKNOWN 
PiSurrey.Eng 



6. 







B 
P 


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8 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 

B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 

P: 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P: 



ft 



11 



16 



B: 

M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



JM: 
"D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 

M: 

_D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

m 

.D: 



31 



B: 
0: 



Chart no. 57 



Pedigree Chart 



No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 29 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



B: 

P: 

M: 

P 

D 



2 William HOLBROOK 



B:1474 

|p : Of,GIastonbury,S,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



1 Thomas HOLBROOK fSR) 



8:1500 BE S 

P : ,Glastonbury,S,England 

M:Abt 1529 

P ; ,Gla$tonbui7,S,England 

D:ll Feb 1561/1562 

P : ,Glastonbury,S,England 



Agnes HOLBROOK 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



B 
P 
D 

P 



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9 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10. 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



14. 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



K £ftm 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26. 



27 



B: 
D: 



28. 



B: 
M: 
b: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 58 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this c^art is the same as no. 28 on diart no. 32 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptizaj 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Richard CHILTON 



|B:1505 BE S 

|P:Of St. Paul's,C,Kent3ng 

jMiAbt 1529 

jP:,OfKent,England 

0:30 Nov 1549 

P:St. Paul's,Canterbury,K,Eng 



1 Lyonell CHILTON 



Isabjetl 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



Isabel 



B 
P 
D 
P 



B:1539 BEP C 

P : Of St. Paul's,C,Kent,Eng 

M:20 Sep 1580 

P: 

D: 15 Feb 1583 

P : Canterbury,Kent,England 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



8:1509 BE S 

P:Of St. Paurs,C,Kcnt,Eng 
D:Bef 21 Sep 1549 
P:St. Martin,C,Kcnt,England 



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8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10. 



11 



B 
P 
D 

P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



6 



16 



IB: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 
M: 
.D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 

■D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
0: 



28 



B: 
Vk 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 59 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 30 on chart no. 32 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 



2 Mr. FURNER 



B:Abt 1514 

P :Canterbury,Kent,England 

M: 



P: 
D: 
P: 



8 
P 
D 

P 



1 Francis FURNER 



B:Abtl538 BE c 

P : Of,Canterbury^ent»England 



D: 

P :Canterbury,Kent Co.,En^and 



Isabell 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Mrs. FURNER 



B:Abtl518 

P : Canterbury JKent,EngIand 

D: 

P: 







B 
P 


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B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



12 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



41 4 



16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26. 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 60 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart ts the same as no. 16 ai rfiart no. 43 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 John GOLLOP 



Abt 1440 be 

Netherbury,D,England 



1 John GOLLOP 



!8:Abtl475 bep c 

jP : Of Netherbur>',Dorset,England 

IM: 

iP: 

|D:1533 

jP : ,Dorsetshire,England 



Joan C OLLINS 

(SptHJse <rf no. 1) 



Alice TEMPLE 



B:1444 be 

P : Broadwinsor,Dorset,England 
D: 
P: 







B 
P 


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8 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P; 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



10. 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



B: 
P: 
M: 

.P: 
D: 
P: 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



B: 
P: 
M: 
-P: 
D: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



115 



16 



B: 
D: 



17. 



B: 
0: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 

M: 

-D: 



21 



22 



23 



B: 
0: 

bT 

D: 

B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 

D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
-D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 61. 



Pedigree Chart 

No 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 49. 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 

4 Henry WEBB 



2 Geofrev WEBB 



B: 12 Apr 1372 

P : , Warwickshire,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



1 John WEBB 



B:1405 

P : ,Warwickshire,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



B 
P 
D 
P 



B: 15 May 1350 

P : , WarwickshircEngland 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



6 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



13 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 



11 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



IB 
M 
D 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



M: 
D: 



Si 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 62 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. SO 



Chart no. 63. 
^p J pF APnFN.nRAITON SIR 71 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 Raipli De ARDEN 



4 Ralph Pe ARDEN KNIGHT 



B:Abt 1298 BEPS 

P : Of,Drayton,S,England 

M:Abt 1328 

P:0f,CB,W3ngland 

D: 

P: 



2 Henry De ARDEN KNIGHT 



B:Abt 1346 BEPSC 

P:Of,Parkhall,W,England 

MtAbl 1372 

P : Of,Parkhall, W,England 

D:BY 1400 

P: 



9 



B:Abt 1267 BEpSC 

P : Of,Drayton,S,England 1 7 

M:Abt 1297 

P :OtDrayton,S,England 

D:Aitl290 ^s 

P: 

Alice BEAUCHAMP 



B:Abt 1236 

M: 

D:Aftl287 



bep 



Lacla? Or Rose VERNON 72 



B:Abt 1240 
D: 



be 



B:Abt 1271 

P :Of,Drayton,S,England 

D: 

P: 



BE SC 
19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



10 Anselme DE BROMWICH 



S llsabeUa De BROMWICH 
B:Abt 1340 BEPS 

P:Of,CB,W,EngIand 
D: 
P: 



11 



B:<1297> 

P:<OtCB,W,England> 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 

Alice 



1 Ralph De ARDEN KN1GHT|+ } 



B:Abt 1373 BEPSC 

P :Of,Parkhall,W,England 

M:1412 

P : Of Park Hall,Warws,Eng. 

0:1420/1421 



B:<1288> 

P:<Of,CB,W,England> 

D: 

P: 



12 



Sibelt De BEL GRAVE 

(Spouse cf no. 1) 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



3 Helena Elena DE ARDEN 



B:1350 BE SC 

P :Of,Parkhall,W,England 
D:Ait 1400 
P: 



13 



B: 
P: 
Nh 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



B: 
P: 

P: 
0: 
P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
0: 
P: 



B: 
D: 



20 



C 
21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



C 
23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
0: 



26 



27 



8: 
D: 



28 



jB: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 18 on chart no. 50 

Ordinance Codes: 

6 Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 John DE CLODSHALE 



B:Abtl350 BE S 

PiOCSaltley, W.England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



1 Richard De CLODSHALE 

B:Abt 1384 BEP 

P:Of;Saltlcy,W,England 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



Tsabel EPGBASTAN 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



Beatrix GOLOFRE 



B:Abtl354 BE S 

P : Of, Saltley, Warwickshire 
D: 
P: 



tL 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



Q 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



12 








B: 






P: 


25 




M: 






P: 






D: 


26 




P: 




13 







B: 
D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 64 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 20 <x\ chart no. §0 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



4 Reginald De HAMPDEN 



2 John Pe HAMPDEN 



IB:Abt 1300 BEPS 

|P :0f Hanipton,B,EngIand 

jM: 1329 

|P:Middleton Keyes,B,England 

|d:1375 

IP :0f Hampton,B>England 



B:Abtl257 BE SC 

P : Of Hampton,BrEngland 

M:1282 

P : Buckingharash!re,England 9 

D:1332 

P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10. 



Nichola De GRENVILLE 



B:Abt 1269 BE SC 

P : Of Chilton, W,B,England 
D: 
P: 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Edmund HAMPDEN SIR 
iB:Abt 1335 BEP 

JP : Of Hampden,B,England 
!M:Abt 1378 

i 

P ; Hmnpden,B, Engl and 

D:W.P. 29APR1420 

P : Great Hampden,B.England 



Joanna BELKNAP 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12. 



6 Philip De AYLESBURY K 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Joan (Joanne) De AYLESBURY 
B:Abt 1305 BE S 

P:0f,MK^B3ngland 
D:1349 
P: 



B:Abtl288 BE S 

P :Of;Milton Keynes,B,England 

U: 

P :Of,Milton Keynes,B,England 13 

0: 

P: 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



Margaret De KEYNES 



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B:Abtl292 BE S 

P:<0iy^K3,EngIand> 

D: 

P: 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



419 



.<4 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20. 



8: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 

Mb 

.D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 

D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



27 

B: 
D: 

28 

B: 
if. 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
0: 



Chart no. 65 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 21 on chart no. 5Q. 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spcxjse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Rober BELKNAP SIR 



B:1319? 

P:OfKent,England 

M: 

P: 

D:8 Oct 1399 

P: 



BE S 



B 

P 
D 

P 



1 Joanna BELKNAP 



B:Abtl345 SEP 

P :0f Hampden,B,England 
M:Abt 1378 
P : Hampden,B,England 



0: 
P: 



Edmund HAM P DEN SI R 

{Spouse erf no. 1) 



B: 
P: 

P: 
0: 
P: 



Sybil! Or Juliana DORSET 



B:1323? BE S 

P :0f Sussex,England 
0:1414/1415 
P: 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



9 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



13 



B 
P 
M: 

P 
D 

P 



B: 
P: 
P: 
P: 



14 



15 



B 
P 

P 



4 2 



16 



17 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



8: 
M: 
D: 



231 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
M: 

D: 



B: 
D: 



26. 



B 

Im 
b 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B« 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 66 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 c»i diart no. 53 



Ordinance CocSes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Chilean's ordinances 



8 



4 , Richard MOLYNEUX KNIGHT 
8:5 Oct 1396 BE S 

P : Of,Sefion,L,EngIand 
M:16Junl422 

P: 9 

D:1460 
P : „Staffordshire,England 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



2 Richard MOLYNEUX LoS 



B:Abt 1422 BEPS 

P:Of,Sefton,L,England 

M: 

P: 

D:23 Sep 1459 

P : 3Iore Heath,L,England 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



10 



Joan (Hagdop) HAYDOCK 



B:AbtI387 BE S 

P :Of,Bradley,L,England 
D: 17 Jan 1439/1440 
P: 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 Thomas MOLYNEUX K 

IB: 1445 BEPS 

jP :Of,Sefton,Lancashire,Eng!and 

|M:llJun463 

P:,„EngIand 

D: 12 Jul 1483 

P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



12. 



6 Thomas STANLEY Lord 



Anna DUTTON 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 lEIizabeth STANLEY 



B:Abt 1429 BEPS 

P :Lathom,Lancashire,England 
D: 



B:Abtl405 BE S 

P : Of Lathom,AK,L,England 

M: 1427 

P: 

D:ll Feb 1458/1459 

P : Knowlesley,L,England 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



Joan GOUSHILL 



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B:Abtl409 BE S 

P :Om^overuigham,N,England 
D:Abt 1459 
P: 



15 



B: 
P; 
M: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



421 



16 



B: 
M: 

D; 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 

M: 

-D: 



19 



B: 
0: 



20 



B: 
M: 

D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 
D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



271 

B: 
D: 

28 
B: 
M: 

— 'D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 67 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 17 on chart no. S3 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



4 John DUTTON Lord of Dntton 



2 Thomas DUTTON KNIGHT 



B:1421 BEPS 

IP :Dutton,Chcshirc,EngIand 

M: 

P: 

D:23 Sep 1459 

P :Age 38,B,Sta£ford.EngIand 



B:1403 BE S 

P : Dutton,Choshire,England 
M:]41g 

P : Of,Clifton,Cheshire,England 

D:1445 

P: 



10 



Margaret SAVAGE 



B:Abtl403 BE S 

P : Of CIifton,Cheshire,England 
D:Aft 1450 



11 



1 Anna DUTTON 



B:Abt 1448 BEPS 

P :Dutton,Cheshire^ngJand 

M: 11 Jul 1463 

P : „, England 

D:22 Oct 1520 

P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



6 James TOUCHET BA 



Thomas MOLYNEUX K 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



Ann TOUCHET 



B:Abt 1441 BEPS 

P :OfJIe;eigh,S,England 
D:Abt 1503 



B:]398 BE S 

P :O^Heleigh,S,Engla«d 

M: 14 Feb 1429 

P:Disp 

D:23 Sep 1459 

P : Battle OEBH.S.England 



13 



B 
P 

P 



14 



Eleanor De HOLAND BA 



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B:Abtl405 BE S 

P :KeniIwordi,W,England 
D: 
P: 



15 



B 
P 
D 
P 






16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 



D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 
M: 
D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chatt no. 88 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 1^ on chart no. 5A 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



8 



2 J MONTAGU (MONTACUTE) 
!B:Abt 1327 BEPS 

iP : ,DDnyatt,S,England 
M:2JuH340 

P : OSH,Stokenham,D,England 
D:25 Feb 1389/1390 



W MONTAGU (MONTACITTE) 

8:1302/1303 m S 

P : »Cassington,0,England 

M:1327 

P : OCCassington,0,England 9 

D:30 Jan 1343/1344 

P : .Windsor Castle,B,England 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P; 



10 



Katfaerine Pe GRANDISON 

B:Abtl304 BE S 

P : ,Ashford,H,England 
D:23 Nov 1349 
P : 3isham,Berkshire,EngIand 



11 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



1 MONTAGU (MONTACUTE) 
iB:Abtl373 BEPSC 

P : Of;Salisbury,W,England 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 

P: 
D: 
P: 



12 



Mary O f Devon 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



6 Thomas MONTHERMER K 



3 Margaret De MONTHERMER B 



B: 14 Oct 1329 BEPS 

P : Saint Humbert,S,D,England 
D:24 Mar 1394/1395 
P: 



B:Abtl310 BE SC 

P :<;Akko,Hazafon,Israel> 

M: 

P: 13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



P: 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



7 Margaret TIPTOFT 



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B:<1307> BE SC 

P : SH,Stokenhain,D,EngIand> 
D: 
Pi 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B: 

P; 
D: 
P: 



423 



16 



B: 
M: 
D: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



B: 
M: 
D: 



19 



B: 
D: 



20. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



23 



B: 
D: 



24 



B: 
M: 

D: 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



B: 
M: 
D: 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



B: 

M: 

.D: 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 6i 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 56 



Ordinance Codes; 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



4 William ATTE WOPE 



2 Geoffrey ATTE WODE 



B:Abt 1270 

P .-Hooley House,C,S.,Eng. 

M: 

P: 

D:1345 

P:,»Eng. 



B:Abt 1295 BEP C 

P:The Woods,Colsdon,S^ng. 

M: 

P: 

D:26 Aug 1346 

P : Crcc>'-On-Ponthie„S.,France 



Mrs. Juliana ATTE WODE 



B:Abtl274 

P : Sanderstead,Cour.,S,Eng. 

D: 

P: 



B:Abt 1321 BEPSC 

P : Sanderstead,Surrey„Eng. 

M: 

P: 

D:30 Nov 1382 



•eter ATTE WODE 



Mrs. Laurencia ATTE WODE 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



Geoffrey ATTE WODE 



B:Abt 1299 BE 

P :<The Woods,C,S,Eng.> 
D: 
P: 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



9 



B 
P 
D 

P 



10 



11 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



4 £1 ^^ 



16 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



8: 

M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26. 



27 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



0: 



30 



31 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 70 



Pedigree Chart 

No, 1 <m thfs diart is the same as no. 16 on chart no. 63 



Ordinance Codes: 

B Seized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Sealed to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Thomas ARDEN 



B:Abt 1205 be 

P :0f Drayton, Oxon,Engl. 

M:Abt 1235 

P : Of Dra>1on,Oxon,Engl . 

D:Afl 1204 

P: 



1 T DE ARDEN-DRAITON SIR 



B:Abt 1236 bep 

P :0f Draiton,Oxon,OSBE,Eng 

M: 

P: 

D:Aft 1287 

P: 



Lucia? Or Rose VERNON 

(Spousaof no. 1) 



IB 
I 

P 
M 
P 
D 



3 Lacia 



B:Abtl209 be s 

P :<0f Drayton,Oxon,Engl.> 
D: 



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8 



9 



B 
P 
D 
P 



11 



M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 
P 



14 



15 



B 
P 
D 



425 



16 



In 
ID: 



17 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



20 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



B: 
D: 



28 



29 



B: 
M: 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B 
IM 

Jd 

i 

B: 
D: 



Chart no. 71 



10 






B: 
M: 
D: 




B: 
P: 


21 



Pedigree Chart 

No. 1 on this chart is the same as no. 17. on chart no. .63 

Ordinance Codes: 

B Baptized 

E Endowed 

P Sealed to parents 

S Seated to spouse 

C Children's ordinances 



2 Ralph VERNON 



!B:<1190> 

!p :<Of Draiton,Oxon,0,Eng> 

M: 

P: 

D: 



B 
P 

P 



1 Lucia? Or Rose VERNON 



BtAbt 1240 be 

P :<0f Draiton,Oxon,OJEng> 

M: 

P: 

D: 

P: 



Thomas DE ARDEN-DRAITON 



{Spouse of no. 1) 



B 
P 
D 
P 



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B 
P 
D 
P 



8 



B 
P 
D 
P 



10 



11 



B: 
P: 

ml 

P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 

P 



12 



13 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



B 
P 
D 



4 26 



16 



17 



B 



B: 
D: 



18 



19 



B: 
D: 



20 



21 



B: 
D: 



22 



23 



B: 
M: 
D: 



oi 
D: 



24 



25 



B: 
D: 



26 



27 



B: 
M: 
D: 



oi 
D: 



28. 



B: 
M: 
D: 



29 



B: 
D: 



30 



31 



B: 
D: 



Chart no. 72 



Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 



Name 



Bom 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



Found on 
Chart Position 



, <UnknowB> 

, Abigail 

, Agnes 

, Alice 

, Aon 

, Anna 

, Aadry 

, Christabella 

, Christian 

, Constance (Constans) 

, Elizabeth 

, Elizabeth 

, Elizabeth 

, Elizabeth 

, Elizabeth 

, HESTER 

, Isabel 

, Isabell 

, Jane 

, Jane 

, Joan 

, Joanna 

,Lacia 

, Margaret 

, Martha 

, Martha 

, Martha 

,Mary 

,Mary 

, Mary Of Devon 

, Millicent 

,Mrs 

, Rebecca 

,Rose 

, Sarah 

, Sarah 

, Susan 

, Unksown 

AIRES, Alice 

AIRES, Mr. 

AIRES, Mrs. 

ALDEN, George 

ALDEN, George Joseph 

ALDEN, John 

ALDEN, John 

ALDEN, Joseph 

ALDEN, Mercy 

ALDEN, Mr. 

ALDEN, Mrs. 

ALDEN, Mrs. Aoys 

AivDEN, Richard 

ALDEN, Rnth 

ARDEN, Grace 

ARDEN, Henry De KNIGHT 

ARDEN, Margaret 

ARDEN, Mrs-Thomas 

ARDEN, Ralph De KNIGHT 

ARDEN, Ralph De KNIGHT 

ARDEN, Ralph De 

ARDEN, Robert 

ARDEN, Robert De 

ARDEN, Thomas 

ARDEN, Thomas 

.ARDEN, Walter De 

ARDENE ARDERNE, Catherine 

14 Jul 2001 



1500 

1502 
<I288> 

1570 
Abt 1600 
Abt 1590 
Befl600 

1507 
1589 
1698 
Abt 1656 
1576 
1617 

1509 

Abt 1545 

1575 

1575 

Abt 1520 

Abt 1625 

Abt 1209 

1580 

1670 

Abt 1602 

Abt 1620 

1667 
Abt 1400 
1552 
1460 
1636 
1637 

Abt 1665 

Abt 1579 

1567 

Abt 1540 

Abt 1544 

1575 

1575 

1599 

1599 

22 May 1627 

1668 

Abt 1502 

Abt 1506 

Abt 1540 

1538 

1514 

Abt 1346 

1538/1539 

Abt 1473 

Abt 1373 

Abt 1298 

Abt 1267 

1506 

1413(8-1421) 

Abt 1469 

Abt 1205 

Abt 1441 

1578 



1661 

Ben639 

1655 

4 Mar 1576 



Bef 21 Sep 1549 



24 Feb 1688/1689 

Aft 1727 

23Junl742 

May 1614 

11 Sep 1719 
10 Nov 1700 

12 Feb 1730 
30 Jul 1629 



1619/1620 

1619/1620 

12 Sep 1687 

12 Sep 1687 

8 Feb 1697 

Aft28Jnll727 



Aft 1569 

30 Apr 1598 

12 Aug 1674 

3 Dec 1639 

BY 1400 



1420/1421 

Aft 1290 

Dec 1556/1557 

1451/1452 

1546 

Aft 1204 

1502 



57 

3 

44 

63 

37 

13 

14 

13 

IS 

29 
2 
8 

11 

35 
3 
6 

59 

32 

31 

26 

45 
3 

71 

20 

12 
2 

11 

11 
8 

54 

45 
44 
11 
15 
34 
11 
33 
15 
13 
41 
41 
31 
26 
31 
26 
11 
11 
31 
31 
31 
31 
8 
23 
63 
23 
50 
50 
63 
63 
23 
50 
50 
71 
50 
46 



3 

17 

5 

11 

5 

27 

21 

31 

7 

19 

17 

7 

15 

7 

27 

11 

3 

29 
5 
5 
5 
9 
3 
3 
7 

29 
29 
11 
9 
17 
3 
9 
17 
11 
3 
13 
3 
21 
21 
2 
3 
4 
4 
2 
2 
18 
9 
16 
17 
9 
8 
23 
17 
2 
9 
3 
16 
4 
8 
18 
8 
2 
2 
4 
3 



427 



Page 1 



Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 





Born 


Died 


Found on 


Name 


/Chr 


/Bur 


Chart 


Position 


ARNOLD (ARNALD), Mary 


Abt 1630 


9 Oct 1710 


15 


9 


ARNOLD, Ephraim 


11 Jun 1664 




8 


9 


ARNOLD, Jonathon 


20 May 1798 




1 


6 


ARNOLD, Joseph 


1623 




8 


16 


ARNOLD, Mary Ann WILDER 


30 Jun 1822 


11 Mar 1850 


1 


3 


ARNOLD, Nathaaier 


10 Nov 1754 




1 


24 


ARNOLD, Nathaniel 


18 Oct 1726 




s 


2 


ARNOLD, Samuel 


7 Jan 1689 




8 


4 


ARNOLD, Thomas Render 


1777 




1 


12 


ATKINS, Alice 


Abt 1580 


Jul 1650 


21 


3 


Al IE WODE, Geoffrey 


Abt 1299 




70 


3 


ATTE WODE, Geoffrey 


Abt 1295 


26 Aug 1346 


70 


2 


AllE WODE, John 


Abt 1400 


Aft 1459 


56 


4 


ATTE WODE, Mrs. IsabeUa 


Abt 1405 




56 


5 


AllE WODE, Mrs. Juliana 


Abt 1274 




70 


S 


All E WODE, Mrs. Laurenm 


Abt 1324 




56 


17 


Al IE WODE, Mrs. PetroaiUa 


Abt 1364 




56 


9 


ATTE WODE, Peter 


Abt 1321 


30 Nov 1382 


56 


U 


ATTE WODE, Peter 


Abt 1360 




56 


8 


ATTE WODE, William 


Abt 1270 


1345 


70 


4 


ATWOOD, Alice 


Jan 1573/1574 


15 Mar 1621 


26 


7 


ATWOOD, John 


Abt 1445 


30 Jul 1525 


56 


2 


ATWOOD, John Hewson 


1509 


31 Jan 1562 


26 


28 


ATWOOD, Margaret Mrs 


Abt 1505 


Dec 1558 


26 


29 


ATWOOD, Mre. Denes 


Abt 1454 


17 Mar 1530/1531 


56 


3 


ATWOOD, Nicholas 


1539 


10 May 1586 


26 


14 


AYLESBURY, Joao (Joanne) De 


Abt 1305 


1349 


65 


3 


AYLESBURY, Philip De KNIGHT 


Abt 1288 




65 


6 


BARKER, John 


1576 




20 


2 


BARKER, Mary 


Abt 1602 


2 Apr 1677 


3 


25 


BARNARD, Hannah 


Abt 1641 


13 Mar 1675 


4 


9 


BARNARD, Robert 


1615 




4 


18 


BASS, Benjamin 


1580 




25 


4 


BASS, Mrs. Mary 


1580 




25 


5 


BASS, Samuel 


1588 


30 Dec 1694 


25 


2 


BASSE, John 


1632 




8 


22 


BASSE, Mary 


11 Dec 1669 




8 


11 


BEAL (BEALES), John 


1588/1589 


1 Apr 1688 


14 


22 


BEAL, Mary 


28 Oct 1623 


12 Dec 1696 


14 


11 


BEALES, Edwarde 


1563 


26 Oct 1657 


47 


2 


BEAUCHAMP, Alice 


Abt 1271 




63 


9 


BEERS, Richard 


1613 




3 


26 


BEERS, Sarah 


5 Dec 1639 


24 Jan 1723/1724 


3 


13 


BELGRAVE, Sibell De 


Abt 1375 




50 


17 


BELKNAP, Joanna 


Abt 1345 




50 


21 


BELKNAP, Robcr SIR 


1319? 


8 Oct 1399 


66 


2 


BEST, Elizabeth (Bridget) 


9 Apr 1592 


1649 


36 


3 


BEST, Henry 


1527 


29 May 1572 


36 


12 


BEST, Henry 


20 Apr 1544 


Sep 1622 


36 


6 


BEST, Johanna ,Mrs., 


1505 


6 Jun 1544 


36 


2S 


BEST, Richard 


1501 


8 Nov 1551 


36 


24 


BICKNELL, Benjamin 


8 Jun 1694 


27 Oct 1772 


11 


6 


BICKNELL, Hannah 


23 Nov 1723 


15 Jun 1806 


11 


3 


BICKTVELL, John 


1624(11-1635) 


20 Jan 1678 


U 


24 


BICKNELL, John 


1653/1654 


4 Aug 1737 


11 


12 


BICKNELL, Mrs. Johan 


Abt 1560 


W.P. 1624 


35 


5 


BICKNELL, Zacharie 


Abt 1556 


8 Jun 1621 


35 


4 


BICKNELL, Zachary 


1590 (45-1635) 


9 Mar 1636/1637 


35 


2 


BOOTH, Alice 


<1477> 




53 


11 


BROMWICH, Isabella De 


Abt 1340 




63 


5 


BURRELL, Hannah 


1745 




1 


27 


BURRELL, John 


19 Feb 1694/1695 


26 Jan 1756 


U 


4 


BURRELL, John 


1632 


11 Sep 1719 


11 


16 


BURRELL, John 


Abt 1673 


16 Nov 1731 


11 


8 


BURRELL, Joseph 


24 Sep 1719 


26 Jul 1798 


11 


2 



14 Jul 2001 



^ c, u 



Page 2 



Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 





Born 


Died 


Found on 


Name 


/Chr 


IBm 


Chart 


Position 


BUTTERWORTH, Elirabeth 


<1472> 




54 

IP'S 


7 
3 

6 

2 
25 
27 

3 
12 


CARRIL, Bridgett 


Abt 1499 




53 


CARRIL, JohQ 


<1473> 




S3 

-40 


CATON, John 


Abt 1562 




18 


CATION, Ann 


25 Aug 1588 




2 


CHAMBERLAINE, Ann 


Abt 1610 




2 

A 


CHANDLER, Elizabeth 


13 Jul 1693 




4 


CHANDLER, James 


Abt 1578 




32 


CHANDLER, Mrs James 


Abt 1580 




32 


13 


CHAISDLER, Roger 


1580 


3 Oct 1665 


32 


6 
3 


CHANDLER, Sarah 


15 Oct 1622 


27 Oct 1675 


32 


CHANDLER, Thomas 


1667 




4 


6 


CHARD, Caleb 


1741 




1 


26 

4 4 


CHARD, Mary (Polly) 


4 Nov 1767 




1 


13 


CHARD, Thomas 


1706 




10 


2 


CHENEY, Jane 


<1489> 




55 


3 


CHILTON, Isabella 


1 5 Jan 1587 


21 Jal 1615 


32 


7 


CHILTON, James 


1562/1563 


8 Dec 1620 


32 


14 


CHILTON, Lyoncl! 


1539 


15 Feb 1583 


32 


28 


CHILTON, Richard 


1505 


30 Nov 1549 


59 


2 


CLARCKE, Phenenna 


Abt 1566 




18 


3 


CLODSHALE (CLODSHALL), Elizabeth 


1426 




50 


9 


CLODSHALE, Richard De 


Abt 1384 




50 


18 


CLOUGH, Ebenezer 


1712 




7 


2 


CLOUGH, Sarah 


18 May 1738 




1 


23 


COLFY, Frances 


1591 


18 Nov 1676 


37 


3 


COLLINS, Joan 


1479 




43 


17 


COLLINS, Joan 


1515 




43 


9 


COOPER, Humility 


1588/1589 


Nov 1689 


23 


3 


COOPER, Robert 


<1581> 


Bef 1620 


23 


6 


CRAB, John 


Abt 1530 




43 


6 


CRABBE, Mary 


14 Sep 1565 




43 


3 


CURTIS, Rebecca 


Abt 1620 


14 Aug 1693 


8 


17 


CUTTING, Mary 






6 


19 


DAMON, Daniel 


Mar 1688 


11 Dec 1733 


12 


2 


DAMON, Experience 


1696 


28 Jul 1732 


13 


2 


DAMON, Ezra 


1754 


Jul 1825 


1 


14 


DAMON, Joanna 


4 May 1722 


2 Nov 1792 


1 


29 


DAMON, John 


11 Nov 1621 


3 Oct 1676 


13 


4 


DAMON, John 


11 Nov 1621 


1676/1677 


12 


8 


DAMON, John 


1595 




12 


16 


DAMON, Joseph 


16 Dec 1720 


9 Mar 1807 


1 


28 


DAMON, Mary Wilder 


1799 


23 Sep 1881 


1 


7 


DAMON, Zachariah LIEUTENANT 


1654 


3 Sep 1730 


12 


4 


DE ARDEN, Helena Elena 


1350 


Aft 1400 


63 


3 


DE ARDEN-DRAl 1 ON, Thomas SIR 


Abt 1236 


Aft 1287 


63 


16 


DE BROMWICH, Anselme 


<1297> 




& 


10 


DE CLODSHALE, John 


Abt 1350 




64 


2 


DORSET, Sybill Or Juliana 


1323? 


1414/1415 


66 


4f 

3 


DUNBAR, Joseph 






15 


•^ 

A 


DUNBAR, Ninian 


1575 




15 


20 


DUNBAR, Robert 


1637/1647 


19 Sep 1693 


IS 


10 


DUNBAR, Sarah 


1712 


12 Feb 1761 


15 


3 


DUNBAR, Sarah 


1674 




15 


5 

17 
4 
2 

18 
9 
2 
4 


DU riON, Anna 


Abt 1448 


22 Oct 1520 


Jl«7 

53 


DUl ION, John Lord of Dutton 


1403 


1445 


68 
68 


DU riON, Thomas KNIGHT 


1421 


23 Sep 1459 


EAMES, Anthony 


1595 


1686 


14 
14 


EAMES, Elizabeth 


13 Jan 1624 


9 Jun 1692 


EAMES, Thomas 


1548 


25 Jun 1618 


1t^ 

45 
45 
50 
9 
9 
14 


EAMES, Thomas 


Abt 1525 


Abt 1605 


EDGBASTAN, Isabel 


<1404> 




EDWARDS, Hannah 


10 Sep 1675 




19 


EDWARDS, Joseph 


1649 




5 

4 1\. 


EELLS, Samuel 


3 May 1640 


1709 


10 
6 


14 Jul 2001 



42S 



Page 3 



Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 



Name 



ELINGBUGGE, Margaret 
EIXS,( EELS], Anna 
EVANS, John 
EVANS, WUUam 
FARNUM, Mary 
FIELD, David 
FIELD, Samuel Deacon 
FIELD, Samuel Sergeant 
FIELD, Thankful 
FINDON, Elizabeth 
FINDON, Thomas 
FINDON, WUliam (Finding) 
FLENNIGAN, Annie Lady 
FRENCH, Edward 
FRENCH, Hannah\Anna 
FRENCH, Johanna 
FRENCH, Samuel 
FURNER, Francis 
FURNER, Mr. 
FURNER, Mrs, 
FURNER, Susanna 
GALLOP, Joan 
GALLOP, John 
GALLOP, John 
GALLOP, Thomas 
GARNET, Benjamin 
GARNET, John 
GARNET, Robert 
GARNET, Sarah 
GAWK-ROGER, Abraham 
GAWK-ROGER, Mary 
GU.BERT, Sarah 
GILSON, 
GILSON, 
GILSON, Miss 
GOLLOP, John 
GOLLOP, John 
GOLLOP, John 
GOLOFRE, Beatrix 
GOODY, 
GOULD, Rachel 
GOUSHILL, Joan 
GRANDISON, Katherine De 
GREENWAV, Anne 
GRENVR-LE, Nichola De 
GRESHAM, Joan 
HAMPDEN, Edmund SIR 
HAMPDEN, Eleanor 
HAMPDEN, John KNIGHT 
HAMPDEN, John De 
HAMPDEN, Reginald De 
HANMORE, John 
HANMORE, Sarah 
HARDING, John 
HARDING, John 
HARDING, John 
HARDING, Mrs 
HARDING, Sarah 
HARMAN, Mrs-James 
HARMAN, Olive 
HARMEN OR HARMON, James 
HARMON, Mr. 
HARVEY, Joan 
HAWKS, Thankful 
HAYDOCK, Joan (Hagdon) 

14 Jul 2001 





Bom 


Died 


Found on 




/Chr 


/Bur 


Chart 


Position 




<1477> 




53 


7 




1696 




14 


3 




1 Jan 1832 


30 Jul 1883 


26 


8 




Abt ISll 




26 
4 


16 
11 




4 Jan 1712 


19 Apr 1792 


9 


2 




27 Sep 1678 


25 Aug 1762 


9 


4 




1652 




9 


8 




25 Mar 1758 




1 


25 




28 Nov 1631 




2 


13 




Abt 1582 




19 


2 




5 Aug 1610 




2 


26 




<1518> 




26 
6 


27 
6 




19 Aug 1706 




6 


3 




16 Dec 1683 




6 
6 


S 
10 




Abt 1538 




32 


30 




Abt 1514 




60 


2 




Abt 1518 




60 


3 




1564 


21 Jan 1621 


32 


15 




20 Sep 1618 


20 Mar 1691 


13 


IS 




1593 


11 Jan 1650 


13 


30 




1571 


11 Jan 1650 


43 


2 




1530 


8 Apr 1610 


43 


4 




1 Apr 1666 


30 Jun 1736 


15 


4 




1624 


24 Nov 1668 


15 


8 




31 Aug 1706 


5 Dec 1788 


15 


2 




22 Oct 1730 


Abt 1782 


1 


31 




1585 




17 


2 




Abt 1611 


Abt 1674 


2 


19 




1656 




9 


9 




1599 




12 


17 




1571 




13 


18 




1599 




13 


9 




Abt 1500 


Abt 1533 


43 


8 




Abt 1475 


1533 


43 


16 




Abt 1440 




61 


2 




Abt 1354 




64 


3 




1603 




12 


19 




1706 




5 


3 




Abt 1409 


Abt 1459 


67 


7 




Abt 1304 


23 Nov 1349 


69 


5 




Abt 1515 


1586/1588 


40 


5 




Abt 1269 




65 


5 




<1585> 


Befl620 


23 


7 




Abt 1335 


W.P. 29 APR 1420 


50 


20 




Abt 1445 




50 


5 




Abt 1386 


1450 


50 


10 




Abt 1300 


1375 


65 


2 




Abt 1257 


1332 


65 
3 


4 
22 




Abt 1644 




3 


11 




1597 


4 Mar 1719/1720 


2S 


2 




Abt 1601 




28 


3 




Abt 1594 




28 


4 




Abt 1598 




28 


S 




1637 


Bef 22 May 1693 


10 


29 




Abt 1532 




26 


31 




1548 


1602/1603 


26 


15 




1522 


UNKNOWN 


26 


30 




1500 


UNKNOWN 


57 


2 




1619 




4 


19 




Abt 1697 




9 


7 




Abt 1387 


17 Jan 1439/1440 


67 


5 










Page 4 




430 


mi 







Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 
Name 



Born 
/Chr 



HENDER, Elizabeth 

HENDER, Thomas Miller 

HIGGS, Martha 

HOLAND, Eleanor De BARONESS AUDLEY 

HOLBROOK, Agnes 

HOLBROOK, Edith Mrs 

HOLBROOK, John 

HOLBROOK, Sarah 

HOLBROOK, Thomas [SR] 

HOLBROOK, Thomas 

HOLBROOK, Thomas 

HOLBROOK, WiJIiara 

HOLBROOK, William 

HOLLAND, John 

HOLLAND, Leydoa 

HOLLAND, Lydia 

HOWE, Anne 

HOWE, Edward Elder 

HOWLAND, Arthur 

ROWLAND, Henry 

HOWLAND, John 

HOWLAND, John 

HOWLAND, Martha 

HUMPHREY, John 

HUMPHREY, Jonas 

HUMPHREY, Jonas 

HUMPHREY, Jonas 

HUMPHREY, Joseph 

HUMPHREY, Mary 

HUMPHREY, Nathaniel 

HUMPHREY, Susanna 

HUMPHREY, Thomas 

JNGERSALL, Joanna 

INGERSALL, Richard 

JACKSON, Edmond 

JACKSON, Ruth 

JOY, Ruth 

JOY, Thomas 

JOY, Thomas 

KEATES, Alice 

KEATES, Thomas 

KEYNES, Margaret De 

LANE, George 

LANE, Hannah 

LANGLEY, Ann 

LAVENDER, Sarah Jane 

LONGBOTHAM, Brian 

LONGBOTTOM, Elizabeth 

LOVELL, Agnes Anna 

LOVELL, Robert 

LOW, John (Sr.) 

LOW, John 

LOW, Rath 

MASON, Sybil 

MASON, Thomas 

MAUD (MAWD), Margarita 

MAUD, John Or Johis 

MAUD, Mrs. 

MAWD, Alice 

MERRITT, Henry 

MERRITT, Kathcrine 

MOLYNEUX, Edmund 

MOLYNEUX, Frances 

MOLYNEUX, John 

MOLYNEUX, Richard BARON SEFTON 

14 Jul 2001 



I Oct 1732 

1602 
Abt 1405 
1500 
1562 
6 Apr 1617 
1645 
1500 

1 Mar 1599 
1529/1539 
1568/1578 

1474 
Abt 1550 
Abt 1532 

1574 
Abt 1620 

1590 

1564 

Abt 1511 

1541 

19 Dec 1632 

1565 

9 Sep 1587 

1620 

Abt 1673 

20 Mar 1698 

1652 

6 Apr 1695 

Abt 1635 

1622 

Abt 1666 

12 Apr 1705 
28 Feb 1658 

1611 

Abt 1583 

1530 

Abt 1292 

24 Feb 1638/1639 

2 Jan 1852 
Abt 1520 

13 Oct 1560 
1598/1599 

1568 
1623 

3 Apr 1655 

4 Apr 1684 
Feb 1540 

Abt 1500/1505 

1531 

Abt 1502 

Abt 1506 

Bcf 1539 

1599 

1625 

<1485> 

1540 

Abt 1511 

1510 



Died 
/Bur 



18 Nov 1743 
20 Apr 1652 



11 Jun 1612 

23 Nov 1699 

Bef5Jun699 

11 Feb 1561/1562 

10 Mar 1677 

1571 

11 Dec 1625 



Aft 1604 



30 Nov 1675 

17 May 1635 
1568/1570 

31 Jan 1611/1612 
19 Dec 1732 

2 Dec 1659 

19 Mar 1662 

30 Oct 1689 

Aug 1766 

18 Jun 1771 
17 Jan 1700/1701 

13 Jan 1767 

1693 

25 Feb 1723 

17 Apr 1727 
21 Oct 1678 



24 Aug 1909 

Aft 1569 

Aft 15 Jul 1624 

9 Jul 1643 

Aft 25 Jul 1672 

25 Jan 1696 
25 Jan 1696 
17 Apr 1727 

Aft 1589 
4 Aug 1551 



12 Jan 1572 

8 Dec 1655 

1552 

1565 

1591 

3 Jan 1568/1569 



Fou 


ind on 


Chart 


Position 


8 


3 


8 


6 


14 


17 


68 


7 


29 


17 


29 


5 


10 


30 


10 


15 


29 


16 


29 


2 


29 


8 


29 


4 


58 


2 


32 


10 


32 


20 


32 


5 


2 


11 


2 


22 


13 


10 


13 


20 


40 


4 


40 


2 


13 


5 


33 


2 


37 


4 


37 


2 


11 


28 


11 


10 


11 


5 


11 


14 


11 


7 


11 


20 


6 


17 


22 


2 


10 


6 


10 


3 


13 


7 


13 


14 


13 


28 


44 


3 


44 


6 


65 


7 


34 


2 


11 


21 


22 


3 


1 


Spouse 


36 


10 


36 


5 


35 


3 


35 


6 


13 


12 


13 


6 


13 


3 


36 


9 


36 


18 


36 


13 


36 


26 


36 


27 


36 


11 


12 


18 


12 


9 


5S 


2 


26 


13 


26 


26 


53 


4 



43 1 



Page 5 



Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 





Born 


Died 


Found on 


Name 


/Chr 


/Bur 


Chart 


Position 


MOLYNEUX, Richard Lord of Sephton 


Abt 1422 


23 Sep 1459 


67 


2 


MOLYNEUX, Richard KNIGHT 


5 Oct 1396 


1460 


67 


4 


MOLYNEUX, Thomas KNIGHT 


1445 


12 Jul 1483 


53 


16 


MOLYNEUX, WilUam 


Abt 1521 


11 Jun 1567 


53 


2 


MOLYNEUX, William KNIGHT 


Abt 1471/1472 


16 Mar 1548 


53 


8 


MONTACUTE (MONTAGU), John 


Abt 1412 


1519 


54 


8 


MONIACUTE (MONTAGU), William 


Abt 1490 




54 


2 


MONTACUTE, William 


Abt 1450 


Aft 1505 


54 


4 


MONTAGU (MONTACUTE), Johanna 


Abt 1523 




26 


25 


MONTAGU (MONTACUTE), John De BM 


Abt 1327 


25 Feb 1389/1390 


69 


2 


MONTAGU (MONTACUTE), Robert De 


Abt 1373 




54 


16 


MONTAGU (MONTACUTE), William De 


1302/1303 


30 Jan 1343/1344 


69 


4 


MONTHERMER, Margaret De Brass Monthenacr 


14 Oct 1329 


24 Mar 1394/1395 


69 


3 


MONTHERMER, Thomas KNIGHT 


Abt 1310 




69 


6 


MORE, Agnes 


Abt 1425 


Aft 1519 


54 


9 


MORETON, Margaret (Sheen) 


<14S3> 




53 


19 


MULLENS, William 


1578 


21 Feb 1621 


26 


6 


MULLINS (MOLINES), John 


1538 


1572 


26 


12 


MULLINS MOLINES, John 


1525 


1572 


26 


24 


MULLINS, Priscilla 


1601 


5 Feb 1688 


26 


3 


NFFDHAM, George 


1702 




5 


2 


NEEDHAM, Rachel 


27 Oct 1728 


1764/1765 


1 


21 


NEWOI,D,Sara 


Abt 1624 




2 


15 


NOYES, Nicholas 


1615/1616 


4JHn700 


6 


18 


NOYES, Sarah 


22 Ang 1653 




6 


9 


PARKER, Elizabeth 


Abt 1613 


1 May 1694 


4 


17 


PARLTN.John 






3 


20 


FARLIN, Nicholas 


Abt 1640 


9 Mar 1722 


3 


10 


PARUNG, Sarah 


1 Aug 1668 




3 


5 


PAULETT, Frances 


Abt 1587 




13 


2? 


PERRYN, Catherine Byshopalias 


1540 


16 Jul 1584 


25 


13 

mm 


PEl ERS, Mary 


1671 




4 


7 


PEi lENGILL, Abraham 


4 Dec 1704 




6 


2 


PEIT ENGILL, MARK 


22 Dec 1728 




I 


22 


PEI 1 ENGILL, Mathew 


18 Nov 1678 


1756 


6 


4 

4fe 


PET'l'ENGILL, Mathew 


18 Nov 1648 




6 


8 


PETTENGILL, Richard 


1620 


1681 


6 


16 


PEIT INGFLL, Martha 


30 May 1764 


24 May 1853 


1 


11 


PEVERELL, Margaret 


Abt 1494 




54 


3 
19 
10 


PIERCE, Margery 


1599 




14 


POOR, Daniel 






4 


POOR, Ruth 


16 Feb 1665 


19 Feb 1739 


4 


5 


POWYES (POWIS), Jane 


1592/1602 


24 Apr 1677 


29 


3 

mm 


POWYES, Elirabetfa Mrs 


Abt 1567 




29 


7 


POWYES, Mr. 


Abt 1539 




29 


12 

4 ■S 


POWYES, Mre. 


Abt 1543 




29 


13 


POWYES, William 


Abt 1565 




29 


6 


FRESCO IT, John 


Abt 1604 


Abt 1681 


2 


18 
2 


FRESCO 11 , Ralph 






16 


PRESCOIl, Sarah 


1637 


25 Aug 1714 


2 


9 

* A 


RADCLIFFE, Alexander 


<1473> 




53 


10 


RADCLIFFE, Eleanore 


Abt 1512 


15 Jan 1611/1612 


53 


5 


RALEIGH, Joan 


<1384> 




50 


23 


RALLYSON, Agnes 


Abt 1566 




32 


11 

A 


REED, Hannah 


1743 




1 


9 
18 


REED, Joshua 






1 


REED, Margaret (Mary) 


22 JuQ 1683 


23 Oct 1683 


13 


11 


REVE, Sicelye 


Abt 1554 


Abt 19 May 1597 


48 


3 


REVELL, Emma 


1542 


1613/1614 


40 


3 


REVELL, Mrs. Nicholas 


Abt 1513 




40 


7 


REVELL, Nicholas 


Abt 1511 




40 


6 


RICHARDS, AUce 


1584 


24 Apr 1634 


12 


27 


RICHARDS, James 


1558 


1607/1608 


39 


2 


RICHARDS, Mrs-James 


Abt 1570 




39 


3 


RICHARDS, Mrs-William 


Abt 1519 




39 


5 


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Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 





Bom 


Died 


Found on 


Name 


/Chr 


/Bur 


Chart 


Position 


RICHARDS, WiUiam 


Abt 1515 


1565 


39 
17 
48 
14 


4 
3 
4 

23 
2 
7 

28 
7 

14 
9 

18 
3 
3 

24 

1 •* 


RILEY, Martha 


1589 




RIPLEY, (Uakaown) 


Abt 1520 




RIPLEY, Frances 


15 Apr 1584 


19 Mar 1630 


RIPLEY, Wmiam 


1555 


Aft 31 Aug 1619 


48 

36 

2 

2 


ROBEVSON, Elizabeth 


1568 




ROSE, Edward 


Abt 1598 




ROSE, EHen 


25 Jul 1670 




ROSE, William 


25 Jan 1624 




2 


RUGGE, Jane 


Abt 1475 




S3 


RUGGE, Richard KNIGHT 


Abt 1445 




S3 


RUSSELL, Frances 


7 Mar 1582 




19 


RUSSELL, Hanoah 


28 May 1690 




2 


RUSSELL, John 


8 Sep 1583 




2 


RUSSELL, Richard 


16 Jan 1625 




2 


12 
6 


RUSSELL, William 


Abt 1659 




2 


RUSSELL, William 


Abt 1556 




19 


6 


SAVAGE, Margaret 


Abt 1403 


Aft 1450 


68 


S 


SAVILLE, Anne 


15 Oct 1598 


5 Sep 1693 


25 


3 


SAVILLE, George 


1540 


6 Jan 1592 


25 


12 


SAVILLE, Mrs. Hanaah 


Abt 1580 




25 


7 


SAVILLE, WilUam 


1575 


3 Feb 1638/1639 


25 


6 


SC01i,BenjantiD 


1612 


21 Jul 1654 


24 


2 


SCO iJ , Hannah 


1631 


20 Dec 1718 


8 


21 


SHAW, Abraham 


14 Nov 1585 


10 Oct 1638 


36 


2 


SHAW, Mary 


18 Jan 1626 


25 Mar 1658 


11 


25 


SHAW, Thomas 


Jan 1563 


15 May 1600 


36 


4 


SHAW, Thomas 


Abt 1538 


Mar 1575 


36 


8 


SHEVINGTON, Ellen 






16 


3 


SILVESTER (SYLVESTER), Richard 


1608 


1663 


12 


12 


SILVESTER, Bathsheba 


11 Oct 1692 


24 Dec 1720 


U 


3 


SILVESTER, Isreal 


1666 


25 Mar 1727 


12 


6 


SIMMONS, Mary 


1638 


8 Feb 1697 


11 


19 


SIMMONS, Moses 


1570 


Aft 1603 


32 


4 


SIMMONS, Moses 


1 Jan 1604 


15 Sep 1691 


32 


2 


SIMMONS, Mr 


Abt 1560 




32 


8 


SIMMONS, Mrs 


Abt 1562 




32 


9 


STANLEY, Elizabeth 


Abt 1429 




67 


3 


STANLEY, Thomas Lord 


Abt 1405 


11 Feb 1458/1459 


67 


6 


Si EARNS, Abigail 


10 Feb 1700/1701 


20 Aug 1757 


3 


3 


STEARNS, Isaac 


Abt 1596 


19Jnnl671 


3 


24 


STEARNS, Isaac 


6 Jan 1633 


29 Aug 1676 


3 


12 


STEARNS, Samuel 


11 Jan 1667/1668 


17 Nov 1721 


3 


6 


SiEPHENSON, Margaret 


1616 


22 Sep 1691 


24 


3 


STEVENS, Jacob 


1764 


Nov 1844 


1 


10 


S lEVENS, John 


23 Jan 1718 


29 Mar 1804 


1 


20 


STEVENS, John 


20Junl639 


5 Mar 1689 


4 


8 


STEVENS, John 


7 Jul 1605 


11 Apr 1667 


4 


16 


STEVENS, John 


20 Sep 1690 




4 


2 


STEVENS, John 


30 Ang 1663 


7 Nov 1728 


4 


4 


STEVENS, John 


Abt 1575 


Sep 1627 


21 


2 


STEVENS, Sarah 


26 Apr 1786 


Nov 1863 


1 


s 


STODDER, Elizabeth 


1631 


14 Sep 1658 


13 


13 


STODDER, George Anthony? 


1575 




42 


2 


STODDER, John 


1601 


19 Dec 1661 


13 


m 

26 


STODDER, Mrs 


1579 




42 


3 
6 
9 

10 
3 
5 
2 
3 

31 
5 


STONE, (Unknown) 


Abt 1535 




47 


STONE, Joan 


<1429> 




49 


STONE, John 


1618 




2 


STONE, Martha 


1564 


1617 


47 


STONE, Tabitha 


20 May 1655 




2 


SI REAM, John 


1595 




30 
30 
10 
54 


SIREAM, Mrs. Elizabeth 


Abt 1599 




STREAMS, Elizabeth 
SUTTON, Mary 


1623/1624 
Abt 1460 


25 Jun 1688 


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Alphabetical Index 





Born 


Died 


Found on 


Name 


/Chr 


/Bur 


Chart 


Position 


SYMO^a)S, Catherine 


Abt 1519 




43 


11 


SYMONDS, John 


1493 




43 


22 


SYMONDS, Mrs. John 


1497 




43 


23 


TAYLOR, Thankful 


18 Jul 1716 


26 Mar 1803 


9 


3 


TAYLOR, Thomas 


Abt 1694 




9 


6 


TEMPLE, Abraham 






3 


16 


TEMPLE, Alice 


1444 




61 


3 


TEMPLE, Joseph 


28 Aug 1694 




3 


2 


TEMPLE, Richard 


15 Oct 1654 


16 Feb 1697/1698 


3 


4 


TEMPLE, Richard 


Abt 1623 


15 Mar 1689 


3 


8 


TEMPLE, Sarah 


19 Mar 1722 




1 


17 


THAYER (TAWIER), John 


1503 


11 Feb 1561 


29 


18 


THAYER, Constance 


1532/1542 




29 


9 


TIPT01<"1 , Margaret 


<1307> 




69 


7 


TORREY, AUce Mrs 


Abt 1560 


Apr 1639 


38 


3 


TORREY, Jane Mrs 


Abt 1535 




38 


5 


TORREY, Naomi 


10 Mar 1614 


26 Nov 1668 


12 


13 


TORREY, PhiUip 


1580 


27 Jun 1621 


12 


26 


TORREY, PhUUp 


1530 


31 Aug 1604 


38 


4 


TORREY, Thomasyne Mrs 


Abt 1504 




38 


9 


TORREY, William 


1555 


Abt 1639 


38 


2 


TORREY, WiUiam 


Abt 1500 


Jun 1556/1557 


38 


8 


TOUCHET, Ann 


Abt 1441 


Abt 1503 


68 


3 


TOLCHET, James BARON AUDLEY 


1398 


23 Sep 1459 


68 


6 


VERNON, Lucia? Or Rose 


Abt 1240 




63 


17 


VERNON, Ralph 


<1190> 




72 


2 


WAIT, Phebe 


Abt 1668 




3 


7 


WATKINS, Agnes 


1527 


22 Jul 1604 


43 


5 


WATKINS, Humphrey 


Abt 1500 


1610 


43 


10 


WEBB, Alexander Sir 


24 Dec 1534 


1573 


23 


8 


WEBB, Alexander 


20 Aug 1559 




23 


4 


WEBB, Christopher Sr. 


15 Apr 1599 


30 May 1694 


23 


2 


WEBB, Christopher 


1627 




8 


20 


WEBB, Christopher 


25 Mar 1663 


Mar 1689\90 


8 


10 


WEBB, Geofrey 


12 Apr 1372 




62 


2 


WEBB, Henry 


15 May 1350 




62 


4 


WEBB, Henry Alexander Sr. 


11 May 1510 




23 


16 


WEBB, John 


1405 




49 


16 


WEBB, John 


1450 




49 


4 


WEBB, John Alexander 


11 Jan 1484 




49 


2 


WEBB, Mary 


5 Feb 1512 


Befl550 


23 


19 


WEBB, Sarah 


10 Oct 1688 




8 


5 


WEBB,WiUlam 


16 Mar 1425 




49 


8 


WEBBER, Sarah Ann 


1716 




7 


3 


WEW, Mrs. John Alexander 


Abt 1488 




49 


3 


WHALESBOROUGH, Elizabeth 


Abt 1406 




50 


11 


WHALESBOROUGH, John SIR 


<1380> 




50 


22 


WHEELER, Abraham 


7 Dec 1659 


Oct 1695 


2 


4 


WHEELER, Jonathan 


1685 




2 


2 


WHEELER, Levi 


5 Jul 1812 


31 Jan 1886 


1 


2 


WHEELER, Levi Lincoln 


22 Aug 1838 


5 Jan 1918 


1 


1 


WHEELER, Richard 


1611 


10 Feb 1676 


2 


8 


WHEELER, Richard 


1585 




2 


16 


WHEELER, Simon 


Abt 1743 




1 


8 


WHEELER, Simon 


1781 


2 Apr 1853 


1 


4 


WHEELER, Simon 


Abt 1720 


1758 


1 


16 


WHITMARSH, Alice 


1600 




27 


3 


WHTTMARSH, David 


Abt 1550 




27 


4 


WHITMARSH, John 


7 Mar 1624 


15 Dec 1709 


10 


28 


WHITMARSH, John 


1595/1596 


1644 


27 


2 


WHITMARSH, Mary 


12 Jun 1674 


5 Jul 1737 


10 


7 


WHITMARSH, Mrs 


1573 




27 


5 


WHITMARSH, Simon 


11 May 1661 


1708 


10 


14 


WHITON, James 


2 Oct 1625 


26 Apr 1710 


14 


10 


WHITON, Mary 


29 Apr 1664 


Aft 1713 


14 


5 


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Pedigree Chart 

Alphabetical Index 

Bom Died Found on 

Name _„.__ /Chr /Bur Chart Position 

WfflTON, Thomas 1573 1664 14 20 

WHITON, William 1573 46 2 

WILDER, Aana 7Nov!759 23 Sep 1831 1 15 

WELDER, Edward 1656 28 Oct 1690 14 8 

WILDER, Issac 1656 26 Sep 1690 14 4 

WILDER, John 1500 44 4 

WILDER, John 1535 1588 44 2 

WILDER, Nkholas 1459 1488 44 8 

WILDER, Thomas II Oct 1689 14 2 

WILDER, Thomas 1598 1634 14 16 

WILDER, Thomas 13 Sep 1726 1 30 

WILSON, Mary 1561 23 5 

WILSON, Mr. Abt 1505 23 20 

WILSON, Mrs. Abt 1509 23 21 

WILSON, Thomas 1531? 23 10 

WILSON, Thomas Mrs Abt 1539 23 11 

WINSLEY, Mary 6 7 

WOODWORTH, Martha 1658 12 5 

WOODWORTH, Walter 1632 12 10 

[UNKNOWN], Jenet Befl510 Mar 1574 36 19 



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